The Starke telegraph
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Title: The Starke telegraph
Physical Description: 2 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Moore & Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Bradford County Fla
Creation Date: January 27, 1888
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 28 (Jan. 15, 1887)-v. 9, no. 40 (Apr. 6, 1888).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060860
oclc - 33901150
notis - AKP8953
lccn - sn 95047405
System ID: UF00086646:00044
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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:I c." Ii.= occioiAL' PAPER .OF" THE. COUNTY. ---Ratified by Board of County Commissioners, January 2. I8B8I '. -

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REV. WM. M. WALLER. Mtnre's Sweet Boon. RING. "
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[ or By E r. H. H. Kenedy.
The exemption of Florida from the effects BILLT
PRETTY MARGARET WITH TWO The following is copied by request from .
of the blizzard that visited with : .
J ... I' the "Record of .Christian Work," pub- gieatei or less intensity every other Statein -Tom White.* -. \

Ant and flr COMER LEEK ished at Chicago, anl.explains itself: I the Union, is the subject] -ell general : boy." und--
for the cents fi
v A Race Across tb. Brine "This Evangelist -conducted his first comment throughout the COI8'tVhUe: hamilton'

; ;; drUInent4 U9 aj > Married man John Phillips, .the hero of series -of evangelistic meetings in a school the cold out West was the severest and : '

-. ": a romance, embracing two continents, house eighteen miles southwest ef Ithaca, I most damaging on record, in this State, The fight wa
\ Starke N. Y.. in 1877, lasting two weeks aid resulting glove*.
a-j. "''I Bradford County Florida languished in a common Jersey City cell in the hopeful conversion of fifty we were enjoying the most delightful .tootled out -

".,,i JRETSOCIETIES.ic last night. It was a poor place for a hero, or sixty persons. From that time forward II spring-like weather, and The little cool and never re-'

;$rd lode No.42 F.andnhORDER :J/Ii and John didn't relish U much, as it was he received calls for help from Presby soap of Thursday and Fridny was but a .. S .

)18cul&r obmmqDt caQs, t..rld hit first night in America. Thereby hangs terian, Baptist and Methodist pastors 1111 variation in the -" ..
Attorney pleasant temperature, of the ..
r' .,n e&C Law, Abstract of Title Office J.n connection. other parts of the State. His second en-
" z WAIlfUOJl'l' L.' W. zcwrz. .. a tale of surpassing interest, a romaace gagement wan at Ira Hill in the northern ::mercury going just below the freezing began ...

I ,!A 'Secret&rT. 1. w. K. almost unrivaled factor fiction. John part of New Yerk la&tiag four weeks and I point and indicating the fact thanhe'Cold- health &od.

; vLQ4.1co.eotL .t. a'Meetings Real Estate Bought and Sold loans Negotiated. Beferance Given- Phillips, with his wife Margaret C.. Raided resulting in about seventy-five professed est weather of our winter was ia November -- ing' blow off .:'.- .
conversions He held
then meeting
second and fourth: a !unua I
*,iAr in Loudon until a fortnight ago. Bi when no damage whatever was doneto '
in which and ; wed.
t and
tar.... of each month 2 o'clock. Presbyterians Baptists o .
d&j'rP1)EIt. CBE81E NORTRU; Agent Z\l1I-'LIAMS' was a clerk In the banking houLof: Blake, united in the Baptist onureh at .Mcndian. : vegetation, and giving us an assurance l w oo .!1.?right ..
aa.tir.. retary. w. M&ter. for SWANN. & ) Bonavain & Co., at No. 18 Moore atr.eet. N, Y., and about eighty; persons professed of favorable weather the balance of theseason
and although only 27 of conversion. Then in Bethel. not far distant : He 3taged S ...
years which
now rapidly into
Qall OF BED MEN iron the two last named fiftyconveratons emerges a '
LAIRDS place, a ngHw
of children and
e4 he was the fatter two Florida spring.
FLA.Council : were the fruit of hit labors. him te the
r u TLB the recipient of a good salary. After this he acted as a "supply" on The signal service department as wellas .,
each Wednesday's Sleep) '.
jd1ed Starke, Fla. Bargains'in Fla. Homes & InVestmer About the first of the year John bade North Lansing Circuit, Central New the Associated Press have been instrumental .'..' A
Wigwam i arkl fiVS :
:lIdl\dr York Conference and at the close of his
\ invited tAtteud. hisVife good morning, kissing her affectionately in the .
eD\ Brothers cordially placing peculiar exemptionof .
-ff"'fr&nS service there went to Southern Kansas the
Q. W. MpKiXOTT, and telling her that she was the and conducted Altamont ; Florida from the severe cold in striking tt
a meetiig near "
$ chem.1'a .. NO SPECULATIVE. FANCY PRICES, FULL VALUE bet and prettiest little wife in all England ir. that State., Fifty or sixty persons contrast with the terrible scenes of suffering Frank lE irk> "

lILLON. and.that he intended bringing her a silk among whom was his own father, made that have been repotted from the but the
:r' Cjefof profession of faith in Christ. In Parsons, ure of '$60,
Reeords.'l' drew that Evening came, but \Vt6t and North. The
evening. natural result
Ldar Woo 19 GIVEN FOR *EVERY DOLLAR YOU INVEST. Kansas he conducted a union meeting for i Dempsey re. :
Friday Maggie received no husbandly greetingand five weeks, beginning in the CongregaIUonal be to lend an additional impulse to the
,O. 'night at Odd Fellows .. likewise no silk dress. Three days and closing in the Methodist church. j tide of tourist travel that has set in to .

.. lliall. Transient brothers Lands and Maggie found out at Blake, resulting in over two hundred conversions.In iou so long
offered passed, Florida, and to put tens of thousands of
cordially invited to attend grow succesfully Corn, Sea-Islapd Cotton, Rice, Fort Scott be led in a short series of. ami four _
A4i.o&rr, Borsavain & Co.'s that John had gone to to considering the of locating .
.J'ra.D. people question
'te.I.ck.. J-wtrtBox 41. Noble Grand.fSSg. Sugar Cane, Oats, Hay, Rye, Tobacco. Potatoes Chufa Peas. Garden vegetables, meetings in the Methodist Episcopal and They did .
W.JErprasoN, Vice-GJ'&ud. America, via Antwerp, as a passenger on Wesleyan churches. In the fall of 1879 their homes where they can escape '..
the discovered #I
Orange, Peach, rear Gape, Fig, Strawberry, Plum, Persimmon. Melon, $c &c. the steamship Switzerland of the Red Star he held services in South Hannibal. West the rigors of the frigid blasts that seem to ,

Leading money crops in fruits are the Orange, Strawberry, Peach and Pear; ;while Line. Monroe and Cunstantia. N. Y., which ag be growing worse in the Northern and stampede fol .
DIRECTORY, hundred and .five : with the .
t uU1tcff gregated one twenty con: pro
many others are very profJt ble.] Stocfe: Farming and Poultry Raising give satisfactory Iiow, Mrs. Phillips i> by no means a versions. He conducted union services Western States with every recurring sea- not been. .
:;"::;'r faint- carted woman, and she knows a between Methodists add .
Baptists Presbyterians
results. The
METHODIST CHURCH.j. farm and vegetable without fruit until
; garden are profitable andfruit son.If &
at 11 and groves thing or two about human nature and theocean at Central Square continuing four the polar zone is really moving south- .
a. D
oJa" I .unices every Sunday ) growing pays well independent of the farm, combining'the'two is the golden mean. her world weeks, with over tiro hundred conver
!t. Holiness meeting Tuesday at tteamers.: Gathering up ward on this side of the globe as some

,'"pan! m.Prayer meeting Thursday at 8If0' Dark loamy sojl wj h firm clay subsoil. Some of the most prolific 'Orange Groves in! possessions she purchased a ticket for fifty sions.or sixty He ,then persons went were west converted again, in and a assert and we are gradually and steadily by the name ia t

: J. R. SHARP Pastor, the State pan now be seen in and near Slarke and throughout Bradford County. New York on the steamer Adriatic. of the series of meetings $t Eureka Springs. Ar- approaching another glacial period, it himself

School at 9:30 a. in. Water White Star Line and three days after her kansas. In 188)) he conducted meetingsin must be many centuries before any serious up.
.. health
IV. _. gnndav pure good, and Climate delightful. come and'see fpr.yqurself. -_ Kansas at Walnut Vale and struck but
ch. i.CHAB. RICHAHD, SuperintendentT ..**.:* husband had left her, she, with her two impression can be made on our favored
MARTIN. Sec. & Ti easurer. w Baxter Springs, aggregating two hundredand fainting when
*fcf ffBKy. Pelow we give i few of the bargains now offered.ia prad, ord County: ,. wee children, was following him across fifty professed conversions. In the peninsula We have the assurance that : \ at once 'U.

I, I--: '. the trackless ocean. fall of 1883 he came to Florida and be- our climate must be long tempered by the .

BAPTIST CHURCH. No. 8.- 2i actes in Starke, neatly paled and in cultivaU n. New 1} story dwellingof Uere the romance of the Phillips family came telegraph operator and ticket agent mysterious waters of the Gulf Stream, :.
if 1 at 11 a. m. and at 7W: p. m. for the South Florida Railroad Co. at Orlando in the.p'reas
'h, Service Pnver> *meeting every Wednesday 7 rooms, hard plaster finish.ample piazzas. House cost Qyfer.lXt60. ; Good location asserts itself to \a astonishing degree. At His health having boea Improved which have from the creation down to the .

11 P.1D. W. G. PATTERSON Pastor and a very pretty home. If sold soon will take $1,800:00 9 o'clock yesterday morning the Adriatic .i while in that office he assisted in meetings present time been sent forth as a mi&hty -'

,;i sunday School meets every Sunday .. reached her dock with the angry wife on i at Orlando which resulted in seventy or river from the great terrestial torridium. -

".. U 0rM.A.at. CLARK 9:30. Superintendent. .No. 4.- Valuable Fain and variety Fruit Grove just o miles sopth of Starke board. She was taken to Castle Garden, eighty conversions. He resigned his business and that Florida must be recognized as .
in the of 1885 to againin '
t... r. It. MORGAN Secretary. facing upon F. H. & N. H* It. on cast l ide and puh1i ..po1! tY'road on west side. 40 where she immediately inquired if the evangelistic spring work, and conducted engage services the wonderful American conservatory ladies* of \

Switzerland had arrived. She was told in July and August of that in where the equability of the temperatureis dance,.: I've '"
/ excellent'slatc
cultivation year
acres choice yellow pine land ; 15 acres of it in } of ; with
'f. 'rFRESBYTERJAN CHURCH. I that it had not. Tampa. The Methodist church there be- preserved by the natural circulation iii I girls of my

.t. Services every Sunday at 11' a. m. stumps all out. 10 acres in Orange Grove-60 to 100 bearing trees. some :very large "God be praised," she exclaimed: and coming too small for the congregation the this gigantic warm water system, fair, average :. .

1.- F) Sunday School R. B.every MATTICE.unaay I atiwr.at *;309f'm' and fine, the balance 5 to 7 years old. 150 choice yo'ling peach trees of tried/and: successful I fainted, falling to the floor of the rotunda. large result Opera of these IJouse services was was rented over, and a hun-the It should be made known throughout was then no

: J. P. PRATT varieties, ripening from May to Proper: about 20 young Almopd trees, foma. Another PQint must bo scored for the dred conversions. It must in justice be the world that Florida has! a climate that and dance
<:.,..I.: _Superintendent.J_ grapes; figs and pomegranates. Good pure water, Ordinary tenant buildings. All fruit romance. Detective Groden. who stood said that Mrs. Wailer was, during her can be relied on, and that we may fear !] Young ...
picked her and enquired tne cause short life, a great help to her husband neither winter's cold, nor summer's beat, the young _
. 'S CHRISTIAN GliUUCH. trees in healthy and flourishing pondition. Soil well suited for truck farming, made by, up and endeared herself greatl) to the people home to som
. of her excitement, Maggie poured the her and were nor cyclone, nor floods, nor other dreaded ..
instructe4 by
rII 1' ., Acti 11: 26-8S-.2U-1; Peter preaches: 16. at 20 bushels corn per acre. 1887 crop..Come and see the property and you will consider story of her husband's abandonment inI I helped Many were into the kingdom. Since that visitations of the elements; that mortals the; discussion. : _..
the Pastor
& G J P. Young HAMPTON it"; bargain at thc price, $2,500 cash, .or $3,000 on installment plan, Mr. rodeo's willing ear. and that officer.. time he conducted meetings in Key West, can here enjoy nature's sweet boon of YOQr virtuo : .

, ; acted promptly. He took Mrs. Phillips Leesbure, Jacksonvilfe. Sanford Kissinaee, comfort and safety and the most salubrious respect and go .. ";

) F>tck lit Lord's day at 11 a. ra. apd Satur;" No. 5.- Lots 60 by 12t feet in "West-End" suburb of Starke. 4West-End" to Jersey City and to a hotel at No. 72 Palatka.;Siarke, Fort Myers.several Yalaha smaller and conditions of life on the face of the .) The .
I Jacksonville again, and in '
. !f fer i&gyatT:3OP. m.STARK consists of a 20 acre tract pot mor .than 7 minutes walk from main business street, Grand street, Th :R hc wept tQ the Red places, aggregating over 900 conversions.In earth.TimesUnion.. places and

f Mch !Del Lord's day at 11 a. m. :nd each depot. mail apd express. It is duly plntted and recorded, .Ill!,s1.n.'Cts 00'"feet wide. $40 Star dock. two and a half years' labor in Florida ]my Jaw. ., -
., more than a thousand persona have been Punishing a Truant Lover. [ creditthe'1'
...?,1.rd'.day&t6:3Op. m. lot according to location, S Sure enough. Maggie's romance was
. HLGHL&N1)sach to $100 per brought to God through Ute instrumental I'm not afraid

;3 f 'th Lord's day at U a. 111. D"1 Sat ur.. alive and kicKing. for the Switzerland: ity of this man of God. An aped, but gay dusky-hued gent of acres or ...' : .
Nc. 6.-40 acres west of and'adjoining .Starke, 20 cultivated. Bearing orange with her load of happy passengers was As to his manner: For the most part ..
), .aybetoreat73Op.m.CIURCII small stature, well.knowa in Tallahassee .
.! WORSHIP, of 350: trees; about 100 others 6 to-8 years 01<1. Several hundred pecan trees oa just' coming in. Detective Coyne of the his language is chaste and pleasing. He very with.and.n. '.
grove; is a man of tact and wisdom, full of in- has for some time past been keeping [Laugh: !
'J7, Lord'lJ ATORAJiOB place, and some 50 or more pear trees itf grove shape. With proper CItlus property Red Star: dock, was pressed into serviceby venti.n and abundant in resources. His company with a young ;colored ] : 4.....;.. ,'- .
sick Groden, and told to arrest Mr. Phillips .
BlB1MEETmOeach will bear in 1888 at least $500 in oranges. Price, $3.000. It lies in full view of the Gro energy never flags and is his courage of never damsel of gigantic proportions, who felt oe\. '.. .. -S
7:30PROFESSIONAL before he could land. Away went falters. Above all. ha a mac prayer
Wednesday > town, facing public road. No buildings except log cabin and shelter. den to oring the wife t) face her husband. and of faith. He has a nch experience ia confident that she held full sway over his dress a young "
f- { the things of God. and realizes in his affections and proudly called him her middle put

'., CARDS NO. 7.-Bodies of 500 to 10,000 acres yellow pine wild ands, well timbered.on Smiling with all the innocence of a man preaching and in all lila work the baptismof "very true love," but like many other fair lts which look .
his.wife and two babes,
who hag deserted the Ghost. Among the most
line of the new railroad now building from )Macon Ga., to Palatka, Holy maids who place their trust in fickle man melted ad .. '
:: ]VTcO1iOTC near the proposed Phillips was found walking up and down profitable of his work are his Bible,Read "
:e. she awoke the other morn to learn that on I"i .
and counties. Good opportunities for safe and He- is greatly blessed in applying
Fla. These lands lie in Bradford Clay the deck of the steamer. Detective Coyne ings. tpick a0
Word. In all his labors he the night before he had "wed another.
Painter the approves [Pro
House and Sign paying investments Prircs-aod terms given on application. charged htm with deserting" his wife. himself as actuated by a single! desire to I Instead of giving vent to violent grief and help him girl ., -

"Yes, I did ye know replied Phillips, do good. and as aiming at thorough work you ..
Md NQ. 8.- -Jn Levy county, all of sec. 81, tp. 14, ?, 15. 640 acres in the heart of "but how did ye cuow it, ye know!" he and lasting results rather than immediate sobbing her life away this maid went"upon : dead to-nigh .. f

:' Decorative Paper Hanger. Haimnocfc. Only two miles east of F. R..&N. R. R. Very fertile drawled and apparent success. His ecclesiastical the warpath in search of her false "rue talking with a ., .
the Great Gulf status is that of a Local Deacon In the love." She found him in our busiest thoroughfare : good Bishop of- .
.i.; STARKE, Fla.tWOrders will be clay and marl soil, with growth of cedar magnolia cabbage palm, &c. Will sell a /'Your wife's here," responded the de Methodist Episcopal Church, South. His surrounded by several of his [ show. '.. "- '.
left at D. Kewingh&m'a Fis.BURIEREA8URE
tective. address is Orlando .
promptly attended to. dec 23 2mt very low price of $5 per acre to a cash purchaser.No. "The devil she is'," gasped' Phillips, friends who were congratulating him on i girl meet' -::. -

his new found happ iness. Confronting '. .
t BE. JAMES CHAOE 9.-la Pasco county cm the F., R. & N. R. R., 1,050 acres, best grade l l1ow. more astonished than pleased. He was the UNEARTHED.A him then and there she administered a severe ,never -knew % ';.: .
taken from the steamer to the on 7 .
sol mId with marl and shell very productive described as follows: tongue-lashing then grabbing hold ..
pine rolling ; did not go to :_" -
.nr0-Trove Romance ; :
wharf to meet his plucky spouse,. They nueala Tre .
SURGEON DEMIST.UTK All of sec. 11, except awl of swj and all of sec. 3 except nwj and awl of sej; all in met in anything but a romantic manner. --The Bo.ty Gone. of his coatsleeVe dragged him off down and the thev ., ;

Or CanAl KXT8.- tp. 26, r. 21. Railroad runs directly through this land, and it is' now the place selected : In fact the romance must have died at the From the Fensacola Commercial.At crowd the street of followed street gamins by quite, and a others delighted curious .' .. ..- 4 S

once: at retldence. East of Kentucky Rouse. for a new depot. Airangements are being made to,put in.'a side track and lay out sight of the pair s flashing eyes. eleven o'clock Friday night a colored to know what she would do with .

1 in a bonanza. Will sell "You're a nice man," shrieked Maggie man passed through the lle lot back ef Brd. .
a town. Here is one of the chances in a life time to scoop' him. It made quite a comical scene; this ,. .
BUGG & Wn lS.Attorneys at $10 to $15 "but I've got you." I an old dilapidated building, fronting on Uragiug Art
> the whole 1,040 acres at $7 per acre or will sell select 40-acre tracts per "Ohyouhave; ," replied Phillips; "well, I Maine, between Palafox and Baylen powerful, highly indignant woman.if he.were lt occur train lust I
the little along as -
location. Go and see the land and write me what want. nap ,
according to you toItInstead streets. The lot extends to Zarragossa
acre, and
Laws you go truant school! boy. She .-finally reached negro man
at with her hus- of Horsier & Co.'s. At
of in front
No. 10. Special: Bargain. On the west bank of beautiful Kingsley Lake, 5 miles east complying street his pastor's bouse and calling the reverend They were fol!
band'd command to make another journey that time the ground was deserlod. _silenl who
high-dry land.aU'uDder. fence.: 30 gentleman out, she marched her prisoner proved
Front. 40 good acres
roda Lake acres
= -- of btarke.: 40 Mrs. Phillips slapped John's face with her and unbroken. It she
I and down before him, at the same time seems
Will practice in all the Circuits.Courts in the cleared and stumped and set to fruit trees A good 11 room house good stable. and dimpled hand.Husband This morning at an early hour,.another' up stating in no very gentle words Low the hnsond and had

Fourth and Fifth Judicial other buildings, 75 to 100 bearing Ojange trees 800 more younger, 50 bearing LeConte i and wife were placed under man was passing through the lot, :when, little'man had deceived her. Then all o( fellow and g

Bananas Plums 800 arrest nd the former locked up under a directly in the rear of the house be noticeda When the -
100 300 bearing peach trees, also Figs, Japan '. a sudden she whirled the little fellow's i hq
W. HIGGINS younger the made by of dirt mud and bricks. that had
r I j Persimmons. Japan plums, Grapes of several varieties. Almonds, Pecans, Chestnuts, charge Detective of Groden.breaking peace been pile thrown carelessly around 'a drcttlai: heel up In the air, and the way she made other that mn;.

?IANO TUNER & REPAIRER, Medlers, Walnuts, good water, Bounded on the south side by a running creek north "I've oauthin''to say 'cept that I left her opening in the ground. &e approached the of his dust trousers fly from was the a most caution obscure to' portion snakes. womitij.. :
., A U work? guaranteed. 28 years of ex. dv a dense Hammock thus being well protected from the cold. This is a gennine bar- for good aid sufficient reasons" said John the spot and found a hole about three,feel The hero of this true talc has not been dlf the womsn. '

: when spoken to by a Star reporter. Long. deep. circular in form, and about three feel 1 Well
1. perience. gain and must be sold at once, Price only $4.000 seen on the streets since.-Tallahissecan. ,you may
STARKE. FLORIDA. lank and not at all prepossessing John in diameter. An examS fttkm of.the hole I i just take them

,, IJFurnish abstracts of ,Title free of charge, to purchater to all lands formed iajiiiaj contrast to his wife, who showed that an old well had been sunk in The following are the 'em t me,. .

To atooi 1m, a petite. pretty brunette the spot, and the 1Jell.presened remainsof made in the East Florida District of

r ft. L. SCOTT M. D. 801<1. Address all Communications w_ Inc eyes. She was neatly attack a large barrel that bad enclosed U were M. E. Conference, Just closed at shawl," said th .

a* Late from Michigan. cloth dress, and wore a plainly s.-efl. A further examination revealed Augustine. Fin' and will be of Interest
I '
1 RESIDENT PHYSICIAN AND COMER L. PEEK r it traveling hat the fact that tJ.1o.top opening of Thebarrel many of our readers: Dayton. J. ,-
!, 1SURGIO.; : thought he would be glad to see me, bad been cemented- and that a foot Lewton; DeLand :X J. Gctman; dress." .

Terms Reasonable. came," said she to a reporter, "Ah, of earth hud Iwen. thrown on top of it. Cov Spring P. P. Rees; Indian River n gro with the i.

lb Office atGaskins' Drug Store. S STARKE, BRADFORD CO FOOES what man be is to leave me and the I thus shutting it off from new. H. A. Pattison; Jacksonville. the husbaad'a
babies" At 9::>>o'clock there wai a large crowd church II. E. Foes; South Jacksonville git this thing

M. DAft : As Phillips was taken to his cell hit upon the spot; men who had, as boys T. Fisk; Mission, Norman Webster The husband -

.1' TATE PQWELL, -> \ better half was placed in Detective Gro- played in that vicinity, could rememberno Lakes George and Como, N. J. hawley.Kingsley. shook bands with .

r ( anexperiepce of twenty years in THREE CENT p, a den's charge, promising to appear againsther well that had existed there in their 8. H. Cummiigs; New Smyruii and "got1"

t' the practice of his profession has nohowtincy = husband this morning. when he will time and nobody could be foupd who hada W. McWatters: Orange City, A.. L. S shoes: and shaw'' -

In promising the latest and most n. iouoii.i0book3 are b'nd.om.Iy publilbl4 flluatrat.d.1. teat paIIIpb1et Tbey are rorm..ltlIOUS prioted exception leran from I infc beet be arraigned on a charge of disorderly remembrance of.the existenc&of such a Bateman. St. Augustine. C. C. JlcLunu: went out tq

scientific\ treatment to those asking hi laerat.url p.eu lI.bG L. &j "'D4. "a or,.1&11 al<iUt1 the!:p.,;..,\ fcS M the J conduct.. _____ well. >* Walaka. Paslorfield; Windsor. :: happy, notwitb?

erTce*.. LeI Ule priee et ".b 4b they se IIere; .. o OTaaa.'ere4 01". Tit, F.rrflHil KBt"""Hl" T. Cairo!. West Pretty soon pome of those present went SchoSeld. ; bride being bare
% office 82J
Calls' to the country promptly attended.Diseases ..._ .f .A. WPI. lIanau 01 the wo ID..I .0"eI.rfa The( W O.a."Io"t."R, :>. .r.Jr.. Mr. E. VanDeman to work tojsrIber explore the opening;
UIu.IrptIonl Auu.ST& S
uel orSj-o.U..B. A 5. .
of females and children pe aitJ6fflce 1.1.1 eorksof d.ldPLLO1 SS&.....,.114"I m..".A,d.'y. rtf'llon Int..UDIr..!th.ant fln7 I".Irudl.W0D41PF. The lllloCmdrr Pearl AatoJ keik 4 t( .., Bay street, Jacksonville has been appointed bricks andmud were thrown out until WI have Just received the holiday '
t T..de.s. Ike 8e. ., .... 01 tb. cu".willi. lU..lr l >
.nola c and Gwynn.
{oll"e! \10. No.\. J.F ; Geneml Agent edited GEOCJTD.
at his M."" .011101 'hlor.. ('Ulff' JloaNA iv.L };1 they cameTto the bottom: when their efforts ber of. "Tho Monthly papsr
? at .City Drug Store or prol..llh..tr.U..O.: ..... ..a OtirP $ ,.tabe. US ." theTborne. Lilacs. A. Jar. Gwynn will have charge oftheJfeau ladies of -"Did the
of treasure the -an
agent. in -
>I Starke. .."A PeUrU. ... 1I.dl..D .I trreootllll.furry flreiet.i 2O.Ti. ceased, as nothing. shape conducted by young pr
Residence in East Jolla ALL The DUnoid. Information at the Sub- I .
pnplll..IIolRorou..ru.roflh.d. Blood
of Cot.
"" .kkb.Sb7tt.molt. eal." ,.,.... b,Ca.a.. .ttr Wooo.T"e L.wyer'.ee"4.JZ1uariUrd.K1t AI' I aDUO!. was found.: ton College, Lexington, Ky.. andW
I; ....T...A..t. )..OCMUeU.... 'WIdOW" A WOSi B.401l rIdIcuIll7" IItU' bouk The. ?t"u'jfe (_.r ur.Ckrat. <.: Tr pi1al Exposition. AH communications It :' pretty certain that the old well are to judge this school, by the ,.
... swms
'FIELD. ....ft.,.., .. to ,. DOL'..".. Contain. a ]( .1. BJB. 8TU"01i,?,s. e to immiOo.gi&t.10 i i
F. J. rVh.* "8t.o1'l."'cU"milll.. b :et.a.L.l{''iV.r'TVu'wi.tacotnpl.i uorl..ever .%wrlu*. n La"al..rt A Wkke4 Girl. '.A JJiaoa I'o ''I., !> ,* roeral character did contain treasure; all the Circumstances of this magazine sent us. it must be a -"Yes; and -

:. :PlUCK MASON WORKPLASTERER &; .alDber by ass:SS_O S... t.w..,.r11* ...Retee..c..u Two III.. A"5r .4 I should be addressed to. Mr. VanDemn4e pojnf to that assumption; it had been class institution for the education of ."
," ..... "'.. TIt......" 4Th.. '- and nil communications -"You don't i_
.su.I and mud in the
..... IeeItt'.. ,,.5srtasss ....ssss-- Tb. Nine. F.ct' UN'*AI'o.I.''. AK ....-:"",",: of Information and alLprint41'natter filled to the top with bricks ; ej This college believes practical 1
LWORKGUAANTq. '-tri psheilc.' Conl.'DOr. orU' .. to th' Bureau laid these theoretical
l LA : Jf TI-- IMW Mat'g. A '.m' ma. covering of cement was upon education as well as the
STARKER } tr.Ifllr4'A"' IoI.LI'" distribution should j be "
BOX 41 .MlltySl J.I. -S for
Praukil in the...... T"e I'&aois.tA.i.. io.a:JIUIl''Y..IIIpol aid earth in turn covered the cement.If for a catalogue and learn more about.it.IRS. -
.." July 30 87. tf. limior;Familiar QlOtatloao.. IraquratU. cntd&l.Ith.or11IsrdIhor met ,.n dln(tut coavcru.Una. .*t nre.thV.Fett A S ....W..Ob.... ALtawPt sent Mr. Gwynu at the Bureau OIJIIIS treasure was there the prowlers got '*
.a. pI.re..S .
10..1..111.ork m U New.T( ..*rt.' >A cc.Law .. $..of vlrM r..ptetara/. E.A...I'laJo".".. IU.ohL". 0 IMi' ALalwa.tth.d.lk formation at the Subtropical iAyer's ..." .' D. it, and within three feet of the top; their ) GARFIELD DLW.Cltliftd1 !
Life < m<
KEENE ti iof 11'.in th*(rutcur.Hm. Fair but r.lM>. .thor *1 'DOII .-- 21.-Grandma
O. L clrruUr. the rain- January
d. rtl.mc< done during
Nat Sn
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K'Ml t* WMtk.... out "J t/ Tl nm. iUvitr.ts.tcb i and work was
l>nt Tk S Ihornujhlr rr.rll! tk,rapidly r''ntlBf e s3 kocwtl S .11' .......tcr'1 C&bI. I'. (.TYKTO& Sarsaparilla prescribed" before day, in which of the late President, J1
vtiitr this morning
Millinery, Fancy Dress Goods ..0.enmlc..ill Il mar.ioclaai.i.4r m..k monpr.P B>...p.t. S 4 K. HAT * B> with
Ncnl. W.3I
PARASOLS .N' ..l'. lirir. A R... inc.An T"e jftaken of Mrs. Garfield, in Meip
S. .... .. Ifo..l. 11,111.0. ... .. nz..rel.d \
NOTn NS. K PGLOV 'D. t 4 IJfe.Bacrtlce. A Xonl. ./ i 8. CaJlflmte SWill t L Its clt-nnsing and vitalizing) effects -
kindsof OU Man1* I young. tion.How it there. 88 She has gr
all who years.
and there put
Bilk V brcnD.S. Zephyrs '".r"*. abort books bf mail po.t-i>a'fl nnon ; und speedy, and_ U is universally much was
of the sure
"f'nclany/ttur': for-JS< are the two i
material for r -W! ror the eaura lltt! (40 honk.)TrotTeiUltrociicmp effective and who got it, are questions that. may during past .
*5(- >T(w i'r/M Thiilitberreatectbarfalninbookf coDceikd to Lc thc most; -
Work. with clotlihack.forRI.IO. lo.ts.stamp Drorrrae ,, austrered.- old age.
f'/'utt&d. be
CommerellfT |m
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Fancy arui f d o.tIIOIVJ York. >,wUe to the >
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to any newipaper pubUb F.j1wrrvbu1kcra y..!'MwsITIy] purifier .
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r -.- Stand By Your,Guns- OUR WASIIiyOTOy.V LETTh.lt.WASHINGTON. I 'Biij'&t 1b'Tula: D. "rZyrIiiLxR

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Lt $ (leBr'ptl There were t'DemJcTl1t.- enough on < D.' ; C., Jan. ?. 3, 1888. _*4 Tffrgei: i ,

To the Editor of rifE TcLEaaiPH
hand to confirm. Speaker Carlisle's'.right liY TilE GOVERNOR. 0 KELSBY )
-- -- If"th'c proceedings( "of Congress fop the ; last *
PUBLISHED WEKLT &.T'I -' to his sent without tLc aid of Republican I

.trr1JtamuDro1m't'' gTtT FIORIDA- :votes.- 'The division lists of the House pt week c-an Jw_ relied. ,upo.n as.'_a cri Arbqr :pa57-. ? '- Send to .
tenon of the future, It may be safely pre- 'V Mel
show frequent absence of members 1 :.
I. C.WEBB, many dietecl that the days of long drawn out ForCatalogue. or

Editor and Proprietor. fir the majority. Absenteeism always a discussions of important-measures upon STATE OF FLORIDA t ', .1. _

-- -".. -- pernicious practice I is this year particulars ho'floor of the House In EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
have passed.
__ .
Subscription price if pnul In ndvnnce ; solici
'1.00 If not paid in advano $1.60. Each ly reprehensible. No Democratic Congressman fact, there appears to have been developed To tll People of Florida -' ET Inspect

ntworllier will be notified when his should remain from this.session. a_ de'erminalion. upon the part of .Again the time having come for designating at Starke cr boat

Rntwcriptlon is out by n larjre cross after for a single day without the gravest- ne- tbe Members, that the discussion of the a Day for Tree Pjantinsr and ber.u- In order to (TQ I M A K E

hs" name and if not ordered otherwise The Democratic is not merits '"bills should be' confined tifylO our Public 'Grounds and for instructions a a a fruit evaporator,
th. will be cessity. majority" 'pending A lJ '_
paper promptly toped when and Ceremonies in our public bearing
th. unbscription expires. large, and strict discipline must "he! maintained to the rooms of the respective coin- schools as will tend to impi ess the minds young all }, I

he'Khort articles .f. puJ.lic Interost will -such discipline as the Irish Liberals ilteB" having the measures in charge of.the pupils with the importance of the PURELYVEGETABLE.; bargain, J.300: or n ', :

received with p'uur".nd published, and to allow thc of the committeeto 5O() l\.'ley plu ui, .
but In writing write plainly and make have enforced for many years in the report subject. I, EDWARD A. PEKKY, Governorof the .STARKE TLA.V0 .
fficacy on select '
:jl ict with extraordinary other
Tour story as short as possible. People English P rlllu enf. P.irntirs followers be indicative of the proper course to the State, of Flor'da, greatly encouraged them now hearing.: *"en to repairing W I.
do not care.to read long winded articles.Starke. follow in the disposition of (Hie measure 'by. the past, do hereby set apart TTIVER of and wefry.&c, &c. All work
to account fur hour poet in season ble price* for cash. !
are required every WEDNESDAY the of February |KIDNEYS, Enquire
Eighth Day of
the 250 ". .. -
by lloiibo. Hence, although: the pro.- Pe F and nol permitted to deviate from the i a., Jan 27, 1888. ceedings the week have not been of a AND .. pi urn*. 1,000 "
T gramme marked down for them withoutthe again especially recommend its appropriate :, tude, lake
Eiitfred character tending to greatly interest the obfervj.nce in'our public schools, aid AN EFFECTUAl. SPECIFIC FOB of ,
subsoil thrift
T1ii; : ,
Jfaurding to Co\gre in explicit consent of their chief. Thatis ,
I .
general public, still agruat deal has been urge such after care of the plantings as Malaria Bowel Complaint, cate a rand ". -
the Putt Office, Starke, fla.. at Second the way Parncll has been sustained not accomplished in the way of disposing p'f: will make the labors of the day a Massing Djspepala Bfofc: HeadMihe of choice fruits. .. .. ,

Chtt Matter.f through the force of any legal obligation, private bills and the way thus cleared to the future as well as a benefit to the Constipation 'i:,JHUonaneiB, old endured the big _. tA _.

Influence of that duty present. Kidney. A'ecUon.Jaundice, ing golden fruit., J. ,, '
but by the stronger (or the consideration of importanmeasures. ;
Florida beats every State in the Union more In testimony whereof I have hereuntoset Mental Depression, Colic.I11ILiIuJilG1 ing land, no marsh, .;" '
that men of honor and patriotism owe side Geneva Lake, ._: -
for newspapers. Neirly little mv hand and have caused t {. :-$
.. every to a great cause they arc pledged to serve. Tho donate in Executive session o.i the Great Seal of the State of

hamlet has its paper-and they talk, too. The cause of tax reform is absolutely in Monday last confirmed the nominationof Florida: be affixed hereunto. II !;
s .41
How thankful ought we to feel at being the hajds of the Democratic Representa Mr. Lunar as Justice of the Supreme Done at the Capital this the I BE.O__

..* .; blessed with Mich a climate; while our Lives. Every vote is needed when a struggle Court, arid aKo the Cabinet nominations. {:SEAL] seventeenth A. D. 1888. day.and of.>f the January Indc-, I No Household Should be Without It, peach I am, pear prepared and to "' ". .' t

Northern and Western friends are freezing comes and important questions maybe The vote upon Mr. Lauiar's nomination dependence of the United and,by belngkept ready for Immediate usf .'1 lowest possible : j! tl ;..i....

to death we are UixurintiDg'in balmy precipitated at any moment. The fight was a party (onr, excepting that Mftitid- States the one hundred and will many save a dollar many In an time hour and of doctorS'ButTering b l1s.*k offered by the 100 to & ,.COMPANYjj 'V1

... spritg weather. During tho late blizzard of the opposition for delay can only be dleber. er voted with the Democrats, as twelfth year. f .ERE IS BUT ONE kind, variety, or J ., >''.'
did\ also Sea "tors S.-viiford: and Stewart. E. A. PERRY. {.
.. I out West, which destroyed( thousands of overcome by n resolute, compact and The discussion almost entirely JOHN L. CRAWFORD, SIMMONS LIVER REGULATORS also orange trees, ; '.
lives the thermometer ranging from 10 determined miijoritv. of Slate. 3 to t old, at ESTATE LOAN
t coiiUned to the Uepublictu: side and the erctary that you get the genuine with red "Z"on years & BRO|

degrees 60 below zero, the mercury djdnt Let then, every Democratic member of line of opposition covered the official -. I front of Wrapper. Prep" (J only by vite persons .

get below 50 degrees above zero in I IStarke. the House of Representatives rcrnnia. \ al' and political record or the nominee, as We expect to make 20 or 23. dollars on : d.Philadelphia t-f. ZEILIN, Pa. & CO..SoePI'Gri.to.r3 J IUCE. 6I.v;. kinds, vines .

Think of it. ye poor shivering Iris p
westetn mortals and flee fiom your ice tax reform is won. U ua1i ficat.iolls. we love S'.arke: well enough to lose it. NOTICE.- elsewbere. I am ( LIVERY STAB

bound "homes to the sunny clime of our"flowery -- The Supreme- (our'> roo.n1 was crowded mans and other "
I. When the eyes become weak or the r I all
land. Let us Annex Hr,. stran;eis oil Wednesday) when Mr. .." guarantee AND i
li-ls iuriaiumed and sore, A disordodsystQw -
; m | Lxinar took the official Q4th of office.After The contract This I or a scrofulous l'Qlllthinll of the Bnil 1 the ViiiMihjcof, anew one as may IK' 1 determined AND SALE STABLE*
general election We ;* or as am
year. no- There is contention made the !
one by the lath had been administered he A1liintorerk
Jii-st at the time across i
blood it in-lic.iteil for hiHi Aypr"'s Sar- thought
\\ I-
tice the preliminary canvass for Govcn the Si irkt'aiKWYaMo road. will be lef o the so that I. c-in. do ,
Dominion of Canada 'which in view of was assigned the chair of the junior fin i
ap.\rilla. is the host rellleI.If. invigoiat.es 10wc-.t1'II"Ir.! at the Court House door in Starke in the future.OIl .
._ ha* already commenced. Soon iiomina- between the extromo end of tho bench iSS.by Parties
relations the siicent
the now existing \ and vitalizes the bluoj] and expels .ON TilE FIRST MOVDAV IS EBHCARY 1.1
., lions for State and county officers will lw civilized States of the world, i is altogether whit;h ]has bt.cn unoccupied since the 4th all'humors. ** r.ider! of M. K. Bensley: committee. for tlieBoard l' at
ot County CVmmisttjonurs.II. '
the order of the day. Recollect that our intolerable. Canada refuses to permit day of May 18S5. ---- -- F.lOKK. Estate cilice, p"*

Columns. are open to our friends, if they American Ssliing vessels to enter her There h've' been fivo important con- ciiwvs: Circus here last Monu.iy: night, Clerk and of Aulitor tho Circuit.fjr Court the and Board. iLsofhco of Couity Clerk UEORGE ,G

"jnuke their communications short.and to ports and purchase supplies. Upon what veniions in so-s>ion in Washington during performed to just 78 whites and 33of' P'1Inn.kdntu., ......h...... .... ti

\\J.e point. We want it understood too. principle of international comity can this the weeU. Probably the most hugelyatlclI.led these were dead-heads. This.speaks well $$500; REWARD P A T :l m' :_

that while we are thoroughly Democraticn churlish policy be defended and, why wis: tlwt of the National Shipping for Starkc. -

and believe Leaguo. The meetings were hefd --- -- A KEWAllD OP FIVE HUNDRED !' -1
} principle in the old Jack- .
should the United States submit to it? : .1. .
T .
Willard's Hall, and prominent representatives CONSUMPTION SURELY CURED. DOLLARS will be paid by the County of ,- 'f .
onian .. -
maxim .
that "to the victors -
belong -
Our ships enter the harbors of all nations Bradford for tire arrest and conviction of .1.. ;'Joi".A:1ir.
of the shippiti: interests wnre Please inform read.
tbe spoils w& reserve lU& right to criti- for peaceful and the for- the or partiesbo assassinated .
purposes party
present from all parts of the country.A ers that I have a posltlveremedr.lor the above ass tnrnouU furnished ji .JT
pile nil parties aspiring public honor. eigner is always glad to have American series resolution named disease. By its timely use thousands of George O. Miller *n the town of Starke on ) or n gM. %,.r.
i were adopted have been cured. of 1st.. 1S88.
hopeless cases permanently on tIe night ..Januay
A. who liaa captains buy whatever they need. What urging upon Congress tho importance of I shall be glad to send two bottles of myifeme- ..Offered iind published hy. order of the OF" .I lleasoiuible. Giveu. ,atriii
gentleman just returned I SOLICITOR
would we do if France should exclude immediate action in rebuilding and dy FREE to any of your readers who have con- Boatd-of- Couny Commissioners of Brad AXnilEWS&ALVEREfcStarke.
from the gold of I sumption if they will send me their express .
mining regions
of vessc's' from her if ford Flor'nlaLOWS. '
some our ports or equipping a strong and eflicitnt navy, and post office address. Respectfully, County. .. .FI

.. -" after making an extensive examination of England. should exclude some of our vessels not only for maratimo defense b"t for '. A. SLOCUM. M.C., 181 fearl at,New York.. WITKOVSKI.
the that in the Chairman Board of County Commissioners -
mines BHJS near from the ports of Great Britain? the spcurily of our commerce and carry- FOREIGN
Are restless at and harassed ATTEST r .f '
Georgia will be one. of the. great gold We would regard the exclusion as a ing trade upon the high seas. The other you night II. F. YORK. Clcrkroi'GU'cui; Court J and

producing States. While In Carroll cpuutyb hostile net nnd treat it as we should all conventions in session wore those of the I by a bad cough? Use Dr. J. II. McLean'sTar E.\-Officio Clcfk and Auditor for the O25 F'. St. near ttiPilI

visited the Bonner mines, which he hostile: acts. What is the reason for our "Naiional; IJonrd of Trade" "National Wine Lung Balm, it will secure you Board of County Commissioners ,

.' thinks trill alone Yield fully 10,000,000 of 1 taking a different course with Canada? Pure Food Association," -'National Tobacco sound sleep, and effect a prompt and rad- 'Y \ 1.

The precious metal. These mines are on a I There is no reason, except that Canada Association" and the "National cal" cnie., Dissolution -Co'Partiiersliip.." TORPID LIVER

tract .f land containing over 1,300 'acres, : Association Window Glass Manufacturers. fl'IIE FIRM OF X'J.:JONES& CO'; if this day Afliwines'. before .,
a cclony of England and that war must be i .1 dissolby mutual consent. N. J Jones Offi a111'n'le,1 to fur the
and of this he says fully 900 acres show who ." Eah of these conventions were THE TELEGRAPH Jon OFFICE turns out i is duly autboffZ"Il to receive all money due the. procurnluj i. the ; liver derange .1aotelJlt,
made a people give us no cause ( produces
traces of gold the dirt while upon largely attended and measures. discussed work equal l to that done in the city of firm. aad pay. all indbtoUnsoS4hern. countries. Tuiide .\
even \\n top and E .
for quarrel, to whom we are united .I' Ki-jt-UeU afplii'ntiuiis Heada he
there are a number of large veins both interesting and instructive. I regret Jacksonville any other city. B. P. JONES, Ipforiiiatioiuuid!,, ,
I bonds of interest and sentiment that
by 6" 5t
Jannary2, 1SS3. cbet-ihillv furnished !
free (hat, within the confines of a single Costiveness Rheuv
yielding largely of gold. are hard to break. There are many accidents and diseases Send Sketch ,
it is for
letter to
me give
Hut the present situation'cannot endure. them more thin: a passing notice. which affect s'ock and cause seriou Notice.' opinion_ (pi".C'fl1.lt''nt"as to fin'I Sallow Skin and- Piles

f rbor Day* We cannot go on for ever bargaining with Although it is reportod that Speaker nconvenience and loss to the farmer ia PVI1IRTY DAYS AFTER DATE 1 WILL .\1'lJly -- "Corresp.iniimite r Is no better remedy fortlt.

Elsewhere In this-Issue will be found this selfish colony-paying her money and Carlisle's! illness i\ not of a serious his work. which may be quickly remediedby JL, F1.ori.II\.1.r> to the County an outer JUIK grantm! of Bradford me leave comity to- IIIJPLYMOUTH t.t1)IJ: a dl trial"cuscn III than prove.TuU'Frie llfj., .

Governor's Proclamation granting privileges to her corporations. nature, sti'l! there is a great: deal of the use of Dr. J. II McLean's Volcanic sellut pin-ate sale und convey the S E quarter ofR'V 'to' Everywhere
the. appointing quarter of See. 3.. T 0. K2-! E, in said conntv. -
: Wednesday the 8th day of February. as ; Her railroads carry a vast traffic drawn anxiety expressed by his: filends on his Oil Liniment. the bame being the property of :Mary' E.. < $ -- -- --- -- ---
4 from and free from the Blvthe.ii inmnr.. JAMES M. JOH S.
lie is from
us impediments account.
suI'l'b.: nervous PEOPLEA1
.' Arbor DB As heretofore this to Jan.. Guardian of said ,
ought If suffer pricking pains on moving 6.; IN'!, minor.
of the tariff. Her vessels enter our harbors prostration which was uoubllobs brought you a : '
be made a g1aay in Florida. What H the bear and -
cannot light '
and buy and sell what they choose upon on.by ov'jnvar 1).iriug the two or eyes. or bright 'T tiL
of trvcH could be set out if NtiCef Insolvency. t. :
everyman find and
your sight failing you ( It. 1eZ
the same terms as all other friendly stran- three weo'.is: inimodiJtoly proceeding the j % \ a,4'I
woman and child would just plant j I'dnIittd tobstarest
should promptly use Dr. J. II. McLean'sStrengthening VJ. ..
after the holiday
le-convenlngof CoMg.fs- or Villuuu I l.ue( -, late of BraIlr.ottonhitV I P SnthewOitd.
one tree. each. Order your trees &t once, gers.The recess, it is sti I that! ho de'\oted Eye Salve. 2o centea'box. inThe h'lte of 1'I'ri'lt. deceascif Laying' .-' : .
humilinting and treacherous demand filed intliH I'ouit A written. sui restion off tie '.MPxaTkco1-
and let us make &a'giuw in green on I himself in of said nonce. i .
:wo p isisieiiilyloorK Organizing ill IH'IH'.r < t: to :; Itcrebv pi\'titoallpersons
this day the day that tree planting will should bo finally aud peremptorily i the conrtiitluds: tij' it he deprived When nature falters and roquires help i h:i\ni"il.iiins: 'g'.lill"; "ai .
rejected. If England shall unhappily-: to file the s-i'iio! with nv. daiy authenticated ai- SEED
energies with Dr. J.
begin In our beautiful\tate. How many hiul&elf uj't'iocl te.t atlll exei eie.. It recruit her enfeebled conUiijr Ian. ua or belore the :M I davof July, r 5'
.. inaugurate sustain this :Insulting pretension, there will McLean's Strengthening i Cordial and A. D.. IV-ft J. H. IfK'llAKI 'SANNUAL-.
will ;
a new groves we and how is to bohojte.l) th tt IK will s.iou cuti 'cly Stai'ke, Kla..Jau ", 2-S. County Jwlge.ShERIFF'S For 1883 4
much wealth will it add lie but one thing for us to do. We should Blood Purifier. #1.00 per bottle. ." .
to our citizen?, recover an J be;'ahJo to rosuind his otticialduties b mailed S
then mniutain the country's rights, as our ; .; TO ALL
.' Every fruit tree set out Js just, so many hut it prtsent ho i is confined, to \ ;; *, and
fathers did, with all our powers upon sea it ''.Vothliiz to It." SALE. j lut eaeoo'*'
dollars, in hard c"sh. added to our treasury his room and his paysiriau .s'atos! that 1quaI : '
and in Unjov&will -derive the full and land, It is more than! twenty years I will be severaleuksat lout before it "1 have been selling Simmons Liver' ::.i I: ,L I : : 1 umitdtni *.

S 4 benefit of it. Florida la certainly destined since the Civil War closed. North and will I b;> prti:I.'nt for him to devote a Regulator for the past six years. My TXDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF TIM CIP taaM..I. ', S InYBl'JabletDalL i.ver1penonur

.. to be tbe tropical fruit market of the South, a generation has grown up since thought tu business itte.s. II. customers pronounce it the best ever celT Florida.COURT in and of for the the Fourth County Judicial ol Bradford Circuit ill of "ncf th.-r AM'h $i >.nd :3' CardenFiatd- 'FIOW
used. One of customers whose health .Litl e:1"1'j i -<'ami '!. ; l; '
the surrender of Lee. The young men -- -4.------- my Chancery sitting. in a certain cause tha-ei.i SEDSIIAJI.P
S world and if n fruit tree WAS planted in to us or to lie: David
are not destitute of martial spirit.If The New Florida \-\ivYesterday was in a wretched condition from a verybad pt'ndi"Jvberein L. Alvaiez adminiv areof Miint>'li d will lit- FERRY&CO..DetrjtMlCi.
every twenty feet of her surface it would trator of the estate of Milliard F. Brown leseaso! 'V1'llin..n!
needs armies and stubborn case Dyspebsia, used is the C'ompla-naiit and George W. 'a hey mini l 1.1I'U -
the country they are kh the f
only Increase tho demand f 'Tlicri let ready to come at her call.'e do not underestimate outcry in front of thg Court House door i<\
; UK make this day what it received lie: first car-loul; of 1 oats ever am using it myself for Torpid Liver, I Starke Bradford County on the
.' and let find the sacrifices which such a SIXTH DAY OF FE RI'ARY A.D.. l\. l'LY3aOUTH
be. Btarke
.- ought in Bradford
shipped over the (icoi. ia Southern and caused by close confinement. I find
". "' would but it wpuld end in the same Lt'ingthl" first Monday in said month.
war require, securing -
,e county revert blLck. with 'L pleasurable Flotida road. Theyee of that fine nothing to equal it and highly, recom- during the legal hours of "'lIt'. the following lands IS Summer M. CURE
to this continent a.n enduring peaceIt situated in the County of Bradford in said Stateof
:: Fide;.'i the oqUput of evergreens laden rust-proof variety, %rown by henry mend its use. Respectfully. Florida and known and de.scnned as follows
** is that that blessing lw
; witb-.M.1Qeo. and fruits possible cannot The north east of the southwest L. C.
+ ., other that will S. Fcagin and thfK cou" :nces say theyarc "C. P. Hisey Druggist Edlnburg,Va.I to-wit. quarter .
It until quarter of section thirty six township seven
established to use Charles Sumner'swords.
bring chet-r,.and ease, and COT fort to her U of two east ( of the
as flue as they er a\v. Mr. i'cagin's south ranee twenty n e J. S w
cltiaens! I\ ',all foreign flags ,are withdrawn y\ ot Fee. ;W T 7 south of range 23 e containing 40 COX' '() '
farm i5 near \V c1J tJlI. the pieseiit tprmi- acres more or less. Terms Cash. Purchaser paving -
. .. An tiM'tutteriog! man, who had passed fl'fJrnhis continent" and from tbe Luttics- Gus of the road! and M.icon merchants few Title. .hENRY W. EPPERSON Sheriff. 1ITS'!
sea thereto. L. B. RHODES Es, ivviuiliinants Sol. .. '\
lI bis IhreVianf&ymrs, and ten.-. a8 seen set \\illlu-ai (nun him freciucntly, as li- is nile i .Starke. Fla., l>ec. ihih 1SH7.SHERIFFS: .

.: W.'.: ting out"-yonng: tree in' bis yard, and of the most ciitvrniisiii; and successful : r- '. I) LANS and '" I say CrK! I do not mean merely ta,

'". seemed to labor bard in the effort, being A Double Death. farmers in the State sllo rt nolice. for a limi and then have them r-.
I SALE. ted and aiD. I MIA A KADICAL
rery piutlcular with every shovel of diit Lots will be surveyed l WelMon in a I ptoinptly } : made .the flisea'e of'
J' Hand madti brick
be'took out and replaced,,was asked what A GEORGIAN DIES,,-COMES TQ LIFE, AND short time, and there is no doubt that they kiln or delivered at EPltEPSYor

4-j la the world he was planting that for DIES 04 IX UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AS EXKTTIOX 1SSiEDout ,
tree : will sell uipidiy. The mad l is being pushed =*;; : of the Circuit Court for Bradford County. July 30. W. If. SICKNESS

.. why, you will never live to see it grown." Siv;.Auocarmp,' PLA,. January 20.- ahead as fast as powibk'. and boon 1' % State of 1 Florida dated the 5th day of ()tt&el', : .

He replied bv saying "but my grandchildren THere ia considerable excitement in a suburb A. D.. 1&\;. in a cause thfiein pending bf-t \'een study. rwABKAin my remedy to.
there will be ither i.ew towns heard from Thomas V. Porter as plaintiff and against Owen Because others naf .

will, and they will any poor old -.nome, five.mile*.out, over* iQ e death all along the line. Owens will ell. as at defendant public sale: before I have the le>'ied Court uptjn llonsedoor awl S. J.. _I no worst reason cases.fi\mot. nrwrpcelTlneaeurej.

grand-father p'anteditP! That thought of A..D. Smith. Last '.Monday"4iedied TIlL'l.lpaha Nar'sdd correspondent 4 ( \ 'pAbsotute. at Stai ke, county o' Bradford and Stat of onceforatrfat} pandaFKie-BoTrMr. Give *?'..

cheered the old nan's heart ? with to all after calmly .bidding Flori.ladurina; legal hours of sale, on tim* 1stMonday Offlcf It costs nothing for 'i
as a appcaraucts. says: that the -side tracks are t-tti'ig very tI I.e 6th day of February. A. IX TssS, : you
wife r 1",11"'IIIIlpl ., l'>n'ls H sold I'olmty It will cjij-e yon. Address
smile ho went on with his work. adieu to his heart-broken lle was the of !
thick along ia that re.ziuu.; and woud.-r if fradfd -ind State of Fl I rids, to-wit: B:ginni | .:. 183PU21STlIfWY IC:
Let us then plant a;tree for o.u child then prepared for the grave o'di\iedllt. a double track is to be lai; ,! Such! a thing .'g at a poi.it on Section llnj. di\idui Sections -
; 24 and -Si ill T. 7. U. 21 e:i.t. 375 fret ea-C Of the '
and for LiId. and made for the bQrla1In : i-
grapd when preparations were
our we ipj
] are would bo Hona tot much for such a booming X. \\'. e.m Ii.-r po.t of the X. R quarter .of theN .4.
gone tho child: willowy .'f4tberr- oLl. the midst of the services ,a Hiurrjr P 't Adel destined beMa \\'. .itt i't'l' (.f Section 25. T. 7, U. 21 ia.st.
place as is to : : >i PARKER
' .. thenie riuiiiingSleet "iit'i27 fet tin nee \Vebt J.,7.1)
father that tree. aud .it twHr ing in the coffin was heard. Jts( cover '
planted tn'ay
con Tci'gr.ij! t tin fie Mom Iii 2l/;> feet to said con:er pot. f

a harvest of love and influence for good, was burst off and Mr. Smith Hit. up,' -,- -- ,- th-'nee J-ist of r'c'i-Hi.:7" ttt-t Xi to.plrfte 1. l lyimm'est of beginning.ot said ANoportun X Kijtiaitr MaNUrA .|CIeans HAIR'and beantUe 2

. S we wot not of, causing great consternation and dismay.He .:ATLANTA, < \., J.m. i3.-Kigeno C 'iich, (.f N""f I = NelEer Fail to
Mr. Geiger of Starke. Is the greak- was at once removed to his bed at sent of a police aptaiu, was inveigled east po-t of as said f.t''x-! N' U: iju.il Ue- iMiinjr li'r ',f at X W said quarter NV Section corner OF A: tt.i to ita y..thM

grand-child of the maq 'who planted the' home, nnd in a few hours he seemed none "into),a marriapre a day or two ago with a I i". T 7. s IJ-J1. cast running; thence :Southt\ ft. S.1WP! incl S eures1.caIpdtJese.ad. CJ,,. as rntnrftlC&hair
UW:1"cl.!t to a Lake, thence Xorth 2'J3 feet to -'
" old Fort eaten! the for his He woman_ name T l>4isv L e of msavor\ *. umber of
Hurley orange tree.and hue worse strange experience. al 'vv- "1t'ntioJI".1ctlo)11 liii-% thence En-* GINGER TONIC

fruit frapj it for years. The tree lived says he went to heaven and Slwma i 'reputation. After the (-pfl1flOnr ho tookdOseof 1)1t"t'l'ropi'itpointed fliI liegiiirnti r. out 'y:;-.rlm'S_Attorney. for Couiflis.' ., Inward-. I ---.
laudwnumviih 'uic'I..1ttl intent
till great-grval-grand-chlldren* were born white spirits, some of them friends.whom I Tel'itis Cash. I'1mroilflcer! to J\Y.for tmtitIIFsRv ". Laths, Pickets, -
Emetics swere administered! and lie will
to the-man who planted .it, he had known on earth. :*), \pSheriff of Bradford County and Finishing .

We have ben informed that but They shook their heads in his recover 11 __ __
on answer to --- IS ----------- I 'Mcr

Arbor Day five hundred trees were set out questions and pointed to a big book, lying Stand, on our' streets anywhere arjij} look of Thin powder strength never ye1 Circuit Court-4th Judicial R1Z Special! aH
puriiy, &n
in Stsrko. Can't we make it twenty-five open. lie looked at it and saw written out over Ihc hills that surround tho City.A More economical than" Circuit of Florida, ing Orders

hundred on lljc eighth of February there the names of his wife'.lilmself fewy'cur$ ago "tbl se' were all covered kinds, and cannot be Sold iwith .... L'UADFORU COUNTY.

Now we have a proposition to make, his children who wcr alive. His name with 1ick'forest.. Now t they lire dotted weight the alum 1l1l1ltitll of phospbl\e'of low ;q': JX CIL\ ,eEltY.J. Scroll uperieD1e Alter F artf.l fa e

and it is this every maq and woinan an be said seemed partially erased. ,.He. told with farm-houses and are green with tir- Sold only in cans. IJoyal B.;' 0 thaD prepare O1Ie tio
Bradford county who is not already a a wondrous story of his other experience tile crops (If grain. Yo, orily, this ,IAr ( '0., 10.'. Wall-st., N Y; B. Y'lMl'n u.'.t.itrth".: t the Tbon..and!nite 1I'I'licatlODI Iat" aDd fOr.Vl FoniJl at8.IA
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subscriber to the T LEGn.\pQ', and who, in that strange world, nnd its recital drew. beautiful hill country is ntpidly settling April 17. /0.I 1 op-'nmja-d.ex.ani'ii'ra M. n'\ll: ) ; compl-' ininfe bill Vegetable tne Am..ieaa*. tb- jinblisber eontinna to of.et taw M BCit4M p'- '

will net out one tree oa Arbor, Day and scores of curiosity seekers to his home. up and'the old time sin'py T.ill.ilia-sec is :1hon 111I,1 cuuse. i ii :appeann ? that the d h, lorpate..t8CaYeat..trad..marD.eo lortbe United St8- .

par u* fifty cents in cash, will be enrolledas Wednesday night 'lie suddenly; called atbin-jof}he ist."e- are Hirely and I NOTICE. :MirtK :i.aol Kj.ll ta' a -r..t..lt'l1t of the i patents ri..Ii..It'c"in.Canada. Eall.nel. .pld- '
of Kloridi. r**>)ilt** in tre Countof ,. and all tthfr countne* TI1.lr f
a paid up subbcnbcr for the year 18S out, "1 mj them," and .fell back dead. steadily becoming a stinirg, pu*!hill]<:, engaliej.d into,1', T'akot.i Terrjtorv- it is ordered that' uoequ"J.d and their iMihtie art i
I 1)IDS for E-jppj-ing the "IlIGIlMFAHMEU'SlA.LLIANrE" ::'i'>u l I. nia'Ie! as required bjliw of th*> *
IIc His wife was completely) tpptetiated at terprising. i c."l'e.-: Tiill.di-ib, 1) < rj ..1"n'of tl'is suit, an i isiriextiJ ,l ?ep.1 I 'n SPEC litton C'rfieer 011 short ootiee. TenMj-j
Annual' this terrible .Jill to lir" $I'n: : & In'r appearance herein on or Ji"f;>re the .
Third Report of the Jackson l'l = |flopes. Mexii- j land, wnli Stoi'e! { %ippiies! ,'.will be ici t>l\TH 0'YOF PEBBnAHY A. a. 1.4I ?mK5.NocbwsefereaaminalioneiW"1.Adrree by maul Ire. _.,. .
yule Board of Trade. cal aid was summoned and an electric An unlearnfc ) Fi.lldwir. | by O. i r. Knox Acsideiil, or A. F. ,, I and l ,!plead cnMtcr or demur to tie uiltinn: nht".t,, II'lna..Ooarell
-Zike-SH-, I'''!'I't bin. lite; wll be ALSO F (' AMIsRJCANwbld.
taken fWi'1FIC
I .u" .rressetj
l as "
have received the above .the :(' "'ta'until! smimUy', February ,
aninteresl- but lI
najj battery applied, tloctors fina'lydecided Uncle Mcse. yooKiiow mv. brnddcr Sam i F to)''prft'" tiaaJ! 'Irt-rec reiulereil a".rmrrriy.1'.n't cimtlai'on and i a the mosS all.t
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pual and It ia a perfect ; ti I. I. onleix-d! tim's ISth day f Dwemlier r of its kind poMubed
Kern. I
.have that the man was i : i> I
indeed l de-id this Dotlce"err .
\ 'ant i lt of such a
wet set Tip"js .
u fe'cuty geun'nVehl ? :J-) lr. H< F. YoRK CLERK. .
J *rped more of Jacksonville our mntropolia time (1 \VILTJS Sol. fcr Complaiiiaut.T I 1' \ large $Ud ig"-
\ he's done. bia ktlllll! '
in reading it than we could have 1' put m tie I'llIM ILNO. %VlKL'Isi $is7r. f
Last night the giicf-strjcken wife left new jail fo' stealin!(l. I J to te th.best VIper de'oted to SCi1
a coat. ;
learned In A twelve months' residence in I' .1I InyeDtroa. .ncin.eriJl' .o
for her old Georgia home near Atlanta ENKKAL '1'1hlflNG ANDANtJK O1' ,
Uncle Mobu WvIl-'t he : ot
ain'l G
that city. It ia almost exhaustless, and : rt" InOS'iglll't"tllltest I It .,3ti1jn.th.51m5u1f
with thc Constitution.MAXSFIKLD riiriint do( e'"dHap. hvi the any coantry. '
i I ctibt-r wS *and tale of even in ention _,
shows the work and kill of live nigger Ic'd'hv! : ntEdVJI ] '
a town '-*"- tree III'i l-\ li.i-: j.h. ,W.U. %VYN. j Try it font month for OD.J

and an indefatigable. loanJ: of Trade. .- uid'n' he buy a coat. ntudnb.5et p-y ff,' j il| I .1! 1>;. IS'.S. Stat Ke. Fli.fc : AtiE'i: : all b&Li newadea-lera.ap 4n..ntloo to 'PlteD wiftI I

Thorn who have seenaynpyrail at 0., J"n. 1SJ. -Miss Cora jest like de white s'ch-ty gemvflwlo? I Agents to Sell :: 'd.11 Co...Sew paWnbere York. 0' So.'DtiAo -,_

--'uroftlceaud. take.A-rtew of It-it will LaureMvcut: to the kitchen ut her home -'-:r \ $ HOUSEth -Il [i the HISTORY of I[ auoul pa IAIDtllII&i1.a fnfc'
Fill' better than the h, rt4iareiS iiH-nt ofnuf'.Uines LOT t5uU/te-for! ( '
-F round uble. It cm- toq. >fa drink of water in the dark, and llh11 ; aa *

|rter. which pllts t sqraak. two swallows[ of Concentrated Lye hitch Imirjbly gripc'Wp.i: -1-N T.\BK!. .-\ i\Vaii.ut, !II'.*:. fi BLACKNIALANX 01 .J!ID :L.r't's'a'l..t : l paper U kept on file at kiYERSOH

'4e.r ono w _e:J' before alto discovered her mistake. The ticnt aud destroy tile cottrngof: tlfW>m- .( JL SALL.: (-;iz- of, tt.l"acr > aipl\! to I] %o\ I-h. (
the ach-r. J. II. : L.; COT-.nti.t; '. oi I.n jU-U .\tllll.: G .
cit .0.1. I Iji destroyed mucus membranes of McLin'sCjijflsjtmjj1vtrCure !
'I i les flct.
: pel I .
1 1a .W mouth, throat and stomach in places by auld yet cffei-iivc iciajiviil F. L CLlrT4NTlNE. I kfr.4 r. to record .tie Tb...n.h.flr t .Fit*. l 1A DVERTISINq
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tjtulo : very bHdly. re. Sold Ht t O cc-jts a little.! "'r Jan. 26. lS. ., -S J7..Il'1t.1"1 C4..No I.Wnrj e_r4I i \
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I{ -aantfl.aIWE4 WI,ilM ud Mli. Lm! 1w.IILA.t. 1.rare lJhcwal "O*...>.. :
\ > frrnt to'0 .>!>. t imrk. lI..cnrl'u the word wt-s. : GENTS :1I
1 The Crawfordvillo Wakulla Tim has There is a girl in Michigan sis feet nine '" .. It.'i BUI Uuj ch_ M lnd1getmon. L..JOrd :
;j .LiIflTh a.y. l'a4 too eml.p I'.te ii-.MLTii. Female W" I Chestnut i
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entered its third ye ir, with every pros- inches tall, apd when her J.ivir stands! on .'O1% AUMkU.iU, i.'CT ul bDo1,1kn.4 .ed. ,lm..i_ ..Lld.w"'1 nu,f.te ,U all- oiitrs of the btoniaeh I : ) OJ U11 DINn ; 8thSU PH! : .
-41 l lfn eDd Ram;. P lAn. h :.:L.rp:1. 1 rliiJtaIo.l' 1Jiy. fmc'-.scL _. P'L jllulm umn l1;
Pctof bright success, Here's our t.ir' ; tiptX-s" nd plead for a ki:s ?:se stoopsto ERSIAU BLOQ 1ienI '- AMERICAN PUB'G CD ;.Tit' FREE
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; jjiTstarke Telegraph] We "xvould aTi attention to the Sunny-Side Siftings- .Ionia Scraps. : .-
: .notice.in this CO UNTY ] .Nurseries.varLte
We rem'the UMi- lFlor'iZa. t- -ftjghTanrf .

land Farmers'. Alliance": Pleasant weather, almost sring Therewas_ nothing of any consequence : REPORT OF LICENSES ISSUED BY THE COLLECTOR OF nE\'E) UE. '
1irke, Fla., JLI 37, 1889.ITY I. for bids to8"pply ; i""V Tested {of ,Peach -amipluiu ,
'/I.t..7 that society with goods the time now. The orange trees are injured in the cold snap just? Duplicates of which have been filed with the County Judge. for the t'riud boginniuion $ ree8.. .of m)':. own .growing for '

comin e>."."-. iNotice : .'. budding. and., will' ,oon.be in full- passed and we are a'l in hopes thatit the first day of October A.'D.. 1887. and ceding on the first day of Ocloocr..1888. succesion'of 'ruiL'from Blay"to October "
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N S.i'H '.ro-.. ,, bloom. is the J last for this year 0 r I -.;2000 LeConte and Keifer Pear trees

in thjs \ S: t1C!! dyerse. Our farmer.111\0.ftp..Clearing up and Mr Bremner has a new dwelling 1:1UIEK or TO WHOM-GRA:01TiD. Iron W1UT P1:1lPO:1E.I.!:TOTAL I TOTAf. all ttcry| low pric:s, 'O ,C EKOX. :

;rums- -from straw L.-. ment .ofV.. L Constantine, who getting featly fojpltSpiring work, and erected on her place. She is very CENSE I STAT I .1Yri { -- Highland Florida' : ;

olfel:1i the placeof'his F. :L. I -1 1tdkins.... . Liigist .. .. ct 118B'1 Oct fYIB.* fl0 00 5 00 1-ekranet'1ey: ,4tmiseioti'C: L Peek.

ipet. Consta.Qti1 for father. I think there will': lb'. .e a- large crop successful} in 'hatching. chickens iu 2 .1. 31. Johns.. .. .. ..,)lcrcuant .... 1 00j, 5 00 Sta-kt', Flu ,with : whom ::1, ,moreconvenieJit -
!, sale. her 3 .. . 'c..Iu
incubator Riversantijoyner..Drugmist 10
'i 1 his l I1been ,a remarkably) du1 planted. 4l'- \ .. 001 orders may be placed or from '._
J. Let 4 (I. CllHk . . Ierchanl... ... .10 (:: do '
everybody select Mrst Dixon has Georgia Sir. J? si;. Carpenter has been here be obtained.
rjortar.e. something IgQneto : 5 G..AI\'Zlrez.I lcrch\l1t... ... e- 1000 (ioU whe.iii further infurrnatloa may :,
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II?' '.. I for t4e .S :'; pTcal..and take it to to'\isit. her friends and relatives. for a week from Sty, .Augustine. His U. .. ... .. 100f.1 do _'

:l-ir 1 ''t'- t.;, ;'P.. "Dent two (13\8 in1ib9J1PTPbusiness G. E. Pace, who'win .forward it to Mr,*James Brown-* from.,. Green loss by fire in the burning of his 7 Morgan. rn..I. . .I'JeWeller.\. \. ,'S: .a" 1000 10001 doS do --, :-- Starke: .

'' the SubTropical.Walter Cove pent several days. .. here this house was a very severe loss to him. 9 .. Klein3chmhlt.. .."Keeper. of lIotel" 5 001 2 5C : ,

..; : lJl; t yildipg a house .Qp Will-, has on exhibition a week..' Mr. Yulee Silcox will soon build a 10 11 \ruhy. 11. :rhllJlp Slcruhurg m. .Co. ....lMrcimnnts!Eatlng 81\100n.. .. :: :: 10 5 00 001 i .? 50 00 MALE AND 'FbM&LE ''f

'; lU H D. all's,. I rutabaga l M iss S.'J., Moore returned home house on his homestead, and make 12 Lewis & McCully..Merchant. .. .. 10 OO 5 00 ..
weighing 7 Ibs. '. .
1@ 10 oz, and 13 V. J. Sliipmaii. . .. "' do I do : .
J last from at other \ ; '
.Sunday a long visit improvements. .
'. .'e Is'iha'&ijlter.witi our usual-. measuring 2| ft. Jn circumference. : 14 J. Drol1sho.an . .. .. .a. do I do

'1. aboizperIntcndT' tJ It was grown by Mr.. G. E. Pace Qainaville.. Mr. J, C. Blanchard will commence i 15 Wm. \htchcll.. . .iCollfectioner. .. d., do -Ii!INSTITUTE,. :

qn Dur :< chool elected two delegateS in a few days and tear down 18 Andrews: & .\lvurc2. Lh-cry Stable :: :: 5 00, ; 50 ..
'. hag been under undenfrained. land. 17 \\ 01..1Ison. . .. ...)lerchmt... .. 10 00 5 04)Is 2: ..
:: '. to t.e'S. S. Convention, whichmeetiiatWew his old house to make room for anew Parce & Blantun I' do do ;; 'rf .

bet. for*'few'days., \Vo will publish the hotel arrivalsof River church on Fri- and larger one. 19 :J. It Lites & Co. . .. do do ? .
all the hotels '51*' ', 20 W. W. Chapman.. .. .. ., do do I ST4.KKE.FIA. _.
,"\ eats and pay at. 'Jones & and boarding- day before the 6th Sunday in Jan.I Mrs. E. Howe has moved with her 21 ,Summers & si. d" do ; ,. '

.. 4TeinppPOpQe houses in Starke, provided they fuymsh all the school in the co'unty takes 22 N.,J. Bary I' do do] I _
L, .. hope family to akeview, where she 23 R.G.Van... KFR1XG TERM OPENS JANUARY .. .. .
tho list do do
J his by Thursday morning will be represented.I charge of the Hotel. 24 T.V.. Bro..I'. I I. ." do c10 Oth.'lSSS; nn! (continue Six Months. ...
t to move of each week. ,. RATES of tUitton. $2.00. 300. and
want to imprpss on the minds of Our Belle will make a protracted 25 A", L. H do do
yew say mill!1 to :Plant City. 26 Gnrndr. Agents. 25 00: 12 50 $. 'c per month,:payable at The end of <,
We have just received 1,000 Ibs. the law makers of Starke one thing, visit to Starke. We hope she will 27 I Hichuol: Pace & Wills. .1 lerchanls .. 10 00;, S 00 tu-J! month. MUHC, $3,50 per month. '.

ffeferybody go tq the candy stew or good white paper suitable for all and that i* this, they have made a have a good time. B. 28 Fred )Iartin. .. . .IKeeper. P Room" .'.' 5 001 2 50 Every ndv.uitH olfered to those who .- -

ladies .29 B., II. ... .. ... .. .. . la 1000 j00 desire( a liberal education at a bowcot. *
Anight and help the along. kinds of job work. Come in and law not to let hogs run at large in Our Hunters. )0 C L. }'...k . . ..Insurance n.g.1. ito I dO For lurthor particular address, ,

the car-load at Jones & see it when i in need of anything in the" city but let the'cow run., Thisis rThe boys returned Saturday from 31 r-4nnanl )Iitchell. .. lerChant. la do do M.A.ULARK-A.JJ. .
it'lt Salt by 32 John A. K1I1;. .. ; .1.(rngglst.... :, II do do .
lei1erger. our line. no% right nor justicYou have their trip into Fayette county and 33 M. L. McKinney. ... .. [erchant .. H do do : Principal. 0

1Ieurs. have some of tho meanest cows the of loud in of Mr. Chairs 34 M. C. hood . ..lPedlcr.. :: ::, 8 34. 4 .17 Dae. 2'.. 7-tf ._.
r." Goto J. C pi ark's and get ofie pf Andrews & Alvarez arg praise 35 Joseph Pendarvis .Mrcliant .. 10 00 5 00 -t .

hams: at lie lb. I at present a fine array of horses for anywhere th" the world. The minute thejr host. They killed one deer 36 O. %V. Matnes & 00. .1" I la do j do I 'FHEBLOOIlSTIIELIFEOr. .

: tli08l fiDe per livery work. They are busy you leave your wagon up comes an among them, but the bullet that 37 C. L. ( .. ... . ./ A ent.. .. j 00; 1250 THE HUMAN. **
; Our real estate men are kept busy keep in excellent condition and are old cow and**-..* at: all your fodcler. killed was shot by Mr. Sanders, RICHARD., Ccunty Judge. At wrll as the animal l\O'a1so.18 the sap'th -

property and making deeds. It ain't faivgentlemen, it ain't. .' .. This R ____ lift;vf the trt>. as well a.s Tecetable. A sickly .
showing good reliable hoises) same gentleman popped two --- -- *
everyone. tr'Q will produce immature fruit delicateplant
':' It i it rumored that there will be a A ..Ih \ ,4-12.-IS. caps at another one but did not the Button JAMES Lee MEANS and Concrcus 84 Sheet SHOE Ask or your the ri-taner JAMES fhr wil| prtxlute immature vegetables Na win dare
very pleasant social gathering ------ MEANS fooUOtaccClr ingtoyollrnee. 1'omtivply
fId fault M ith nature she always do s he part
'eddiDg soon perhaps twp; we hope Lakevlew "Randoms.Mr. draw blood. They all report a huge none genuine unkis our stamp appears. plainly on the totes. .
: was held at the large and comfortable The w.;but man mu.t help her if.he.. would reap ..
residence ._J). McLeod; of Shannon, 'N.. time. And one young man tried to ; JAMES MEANS h rvest. If you want a plentiful an*".11! matur10
.10. Mr.. J. C. Clark '
':.:. C% who here and killed large catch and ed imrv.st of golden fruit and argvell xuatnrC"3 ..
( was a : soon to
School' boots. at Jones &; Heiberger one of our }live merchants, on Tu sday : expects S4 SHOE ;tecetablus, use"Tfis BSST fxyrnxKoT anti -
bald eagle measuring 7 it. from tip go for it. If dear had been more I }ill give you all saiiifaction aad leave yourUwes .

.t.,- 7 _ _ I night. A good finje, was the to tip, and4he spread of its talons plenty it is hard to say what their \ Will not wengutbeJr in t pxxl healthy condition for winter,

The M. E. church are vote of every one. JAkVi=S MEANS \vbrtt nore could you desire. All orders will receive
.. people preL were seven inches' after it was shot luck would have been. We 'think, prompt attention. Address aU orders to

|to L nuing a parsonage for the new llas.tor. The Mite Society will give a Can its maf came to the nest with ofa however, the trip successful, and ::-) r:1: S3 S OE, j r r>. W. BBIOIUV.Manufacturer .

) ., dy Stew to-night for the benefit of full-grown hog. Mr. McLood none glad that it is 'I -7.' \ ( j IS R.wit! it i->-.<*e f rr ncn whom occcpations are futh as Lakeview Clar Co Florida.I'arties '
pre over. I '- i '; -Z-f Y.; 1 .,.1 t"u.i-i c") ct'I: itt & 1'1 h: the M. E. Parsonage at the sented" ,, ---'Y'1: \-, f.. (.II..'j W11MS S a t-UOK. ('tar $J M.r.c has .
Alvarez room the to the .Lakeview _.__ desire P, "W. BRJGILUI.t -
ii' Miss Annie entertained OJSubTropical $ :: The Campaign Year. ft I v-i ; i'ta'i: \ fur nsi-if a jierr.uM it rcpctiLon t*r i.mfrtn.iU'iif tji'y .
-tt t t p j J "" k'>-" I1..r sLoe Las kilo,,11111 the -- -
back of the. Starke In titutb. i ; J" a\Ill(: ever
:cje! friends at her home Monday Ad* Committee who will The T LEGRAPII will keep to \. 1' : S- j i.:..i r.. .. iu: ,:u.I.. Jv.xi.r-pifoi-s are al! -
mission -I. )II. : hi- .10 % rStw.fft Mi :: "o ii !i'i U r-.l 'IJJ 'i, .
JO cents. have it stuffed al1 lnnted -and, the times and t 4 ((1 ( _4fj .! I |>...1 :. .iii;. ,1.!". n 10h.t .,,1'lt. ,*!'-!;t cvtr imnulirti.r. -
:011, mght. _ especially so now as I. I j 7 t if' t. ;',tat;>!.-.iljr a> =, The first shipment of Strawberries then-it will be placed on the Clay the National election l t .__-_- _-Z'i rift mr.p': :?I: n 6 i Fhoe i i. cqial to lha BOARD '-. -:
Mr. S. p. Moore has his pool r from Starve Co. Triumphal Arch at the Jsub- I g / I I' 'thIt,' i r i;. It I ,s a IT.:.-' Cr'n a'nl krnnil>'!i cole vnipII IN STARKE
and fitted in m was January 13th, Subscribe at once and keep posted 1 I 5/. :: I L1\ 1' 9 f--er'/fiw-tli! hiiiuin !hk.: It flN like a -
modern i
: np *'' n .1 ivnuirr* 110 'L.ri' IJnC Iii." b.jnJ i iI *
.I-- :
from .Mr. N..D. Hagaman-to J. H. Tropical Exposition. ; in,the world's doings. tf ). j 4% ','rr..rjfr.ry! f.i: -stt u:*it is vrn.Jiiun BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA.o .
It'le. .MK.McNcir after I b14.. : i.i hiu! (u.* ;Viti-i I v-tre the fnt iu \h.I.I : ..
_ Seward & Co., 405 East Pratt St., [ ; making some I ) Li i ,i :1 .Iltry fa I I"'u.t'uav"y; silvrriwil If }ou have .& -
L. short ltIark. and Brands. tll''f'r..ir.: :1 in o'.Vr Ouvi'rtisi-d Miovs. yuur rxpvncnoouii0'lit : yilR FLORIDA ,HOME." '
W. Newingham paid a Baltimore, and sold for $3 I new purchases l here, returned to his I !I"> t"uch jreu Unt it H saftr to buy iliwcs made br .'
1. per quart. I As we announced in December we thi )1"Ii.c-rli of a s>.tem, rather than those randa by tha ---0- :, .
; TJsit to the metropolis Monday and home in JRod Sp'rings N C. f(.1O! -. PC*. hese iilinrs are nulil by tho lot retjHeathrmt ..
Mr. U. D. Miner has :. marks and will tb .UulldlnKuewroom.15x15Gnl.: 4I -
: on exhibitiona propose soon to publish all the (! >ut tile Vnittd Stall's we place m .
!::. uesday. .-. Iessrs.I3rigliam, L. R. Thomas The d'rtor and th.I.n'r..rrl.r are not talking' .b"ul easily mtjiia your rt/ltchl la any feUte or Temtury if yoq :lu plaster parts and furnlsbeducat '
large whiteheadedeagle, whiclin1asllr6t and brands that are handed in to us II cs.e of.'riouj the i'lnf.uiTitu. T:of V their have.h.impljr.. The impendedwork letter- will kemi ns a postal nUh new furniture.0 .
to diusB
r Public men are those after whom 7 feet 1 iiyh from tip to aud Beck speut-a tl iy- last week in with 10 cents. This is a chance to world.rrl.ruull..J.m.JI..n.t1I1ko.'hi doctor lrmr it. and ..,.la that the but the Jarora in the JAMES MEANS & C 0. .-.
gatherrrjgwoods! fr thJeb-TrQp- Mranfi$4"hoe i I.better. Cw..Jcringlholi..o1..e..1 l I :ltatn per day week and month very mod ratp.
t-. we usually! copy, therefore 1 let them tip. It was killed ut Lakeview, andis have your brand recorded cheap. Vmf an both rifht. 41 Lincoln I St., Boston, Mass I; Rites gfveu on aiiplicatioo. Table supplied with
ical ot which they got a collection tl-n best the markets afTojrd at all season Liberal PI
'if' walk correctJ y.I a beautiful specimen* Do not delay if you intend to take Full line of the above Shoes for sale I I iliscount from regular rates made to partie4sf
of 80 aifferent varieties. I ('nding the winter Owing (o our light.conaldered.

Mr. F. J. Field shipped one quart Thp only I contribution-to! the Sub- been at confer advanta<*e-of this liberal offer. tf J 4 dry. ,.healthy. I atmosphere. !_gtarke. .Is_ .
"- I < Dr.-Cummings.. by J. G. ALVAREZ: Starke Fla u. ".n- IV&hIIIV A IQ OIVIfl&fl nfl vu"W&vU5 tao .
pf strawberries by express the first Tropical from this county /'as $30 ehce but-vvill be here Sunday He Physicians prescribe Dr. J. II. McLean'sTar : J ter.best points The "in Florida tht State Home"at which in a handsome to pass the boila.ibt win.. .

[V]! pf the week. from Richard & Pace. These Wine and Lung lilm! ; in it they find I : -:::-::- :-:-::- -- : --- -----------------------n-_ -- .-- '__ _- _. u. __' S ;And is located ore block from the Railroad
_ gentlempu will preach iu. Masonic Hall at 4 COMEU L. PEBlCATTORNEYATLA 7" Passenger Depot. Starke is lilt muse south of ..
*7. I no trace of opium or morphia while its Soap. Soap. Soap. .
1'aldwtn an.I is reached by the Florida and NavUfTdtion .
'. Mr. ) add from Kingsley and Mr. have done their duty.. Are .
p.m.. clHcdcy iu curing nil throat or lung disease's A that will make l ('os. LIne Special attention'giTen inrand : ,- .' "
new receipt Address ,
: Siicox, from Ionia, were among the tho balance of our citizens going to Spm "import. ant sales in real estate is woq crfql. W & NOTARY \ guests. W. W. MOORE, '. .. -

t sit still and do nothimx? 50 Ibs of good laundry soap for -" I'Starke, Bradford Co.,Fla r .
fa be lately. )
pircus Garden Seeds. Dec. 9, l&T. .
t., ;1.00. This is just the thing for the .It.
sneak stole Mr. iloon tho of the :Mr.; S. Wilkins i i is back arilong ns have few STAKKE, BKADFOKD COUNTY FLORIDA.* .-
Some thieve* some propnetor 'Y f' only a more packages Farmers. This receipt is for Sale -

': ,plothing from the I line at Mrs. Helen People's Restaurant: '! also of the at his homcMcad.Ask of garden seeds to give awayto at only $1.00. AiMross ABSTRACT OF TITLE and Real Es oRID4 :. : .
late law
I a Specialty. ;
I fI.4Ric1iard's Tuesday night. Kentucky Hotel, i is about to"elect :a Mr.' Heck if 1ic likes .lagiOiC new subscribers for only one J. 1'. HICKLE, Abstracts furnished showing every DCl'1Iortal' RciUGH RICE ;.- -

$100() refrigerator, *u he will be able dollar and cents. Come ; T.ien. Tax Sale. Jiuhrnu-nt. Altachinent. "
Mr. Armstrong, living east of twenty Lakeview.To ; and, all tr.n'.tc: < Hf Public .
I ,- -S .
'It. own is now supplying Starkejth to ftupply tho wants of the public What take-i L. A. !DI'cduwn toJotvielc early or they will. all be gone. tf the first who answers this advertisement I Recoid & I file allecting Titles of Ri-ul E.-- p .:: '

( I with ice and other delicacies in thearine.t ) 1 so often?: - ami mentli this ppper 1 will send a receiptfree.FREEHALL. I I tate in Bradford county, Florid; up i) -TheCharIestonRiceMiII
fine rula-bagas. All anxious fathers! 01 crying babies I of .
date Abstract.Headqturtes
74 large! : : of weather. This is study Mr.: TUCJS. AUport's horse diod last should at once procure the celebrated I .

; Mr. AE. Moitt has his tine fully a move in the night direction._ Veek.Messrs. remedy, Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. price ,L I jrcpresentins the for Liverpool FIrm l INSURANCE& London & I I I II f ing Company, .

f in to the xarious Sitzer 23 cents a bottle. Mf Our Jllwtrated Catalogue Globe, Co. .
: pccupied attending toliis i io I Biigham, C. B. of loo Pages,containing a '., .!! EAST END I1ASELL STREET. ,;.h .

wants, of !his custpniept.We 'Every man place" a good Griffiths and Beck sawed a large No dyspepsia or headache in the house best complete Plants.assortment Roots. Bulbs.of the I ___ COOPER RIVER.Cwaajstnas.S 0, .' .. 7
rule to live by :and I think that a I L.ixailor in kept. This valuable -
few subscriber Cypress! tree on last Tuesday, 13 ft.- iwlnes7Shrubs' and Seeds in J' W. P. UUSSELL, Jr., ;. .
want a more certain man who had a Jog rQIliIl fat remedy drives off all dinea.ses arising 'S |cuHn.ation. Satisfaction DRUG STOItL .
i of eed and 3 ihuhcs io eircumforence, which from blood. Price 25 c. guaranteed. Address NERALSUPE INTENDENT. ....
'.; poly a few more packages $ his place the other day, fotjriu out impure NAN2' & NEVN14 I .:
w ill be placed on exhibition at the -- < J4ouIavJJ1e, K-e This. Company solicits Ron eh Rice la
RnLscrib .
., Jeft. for new r8.oW whpn he saw big friends crawl the from Lakeview.Mrs. Clay County Items from the Spring. pnnI1d vim TOLL AT He PER BUSHEL.ehcHpril -.

Mrs. A. L. Yon Kim left yesterdayK fence, that he had much better have Sub-Tropical Whitewash and paint continue to be Th. rule in the -growing) '. .r .
Howe and family have arrived WONDERFULSUCCESS. Slates They guarantee the very lest lurn ..
to attend the wedding anniversary appointed one of his own color as used to good advantage in and about out,op yield and a first rate "sample.?* ...
and taken! charge of the Hotel._ qreen Cove. With the cleaqest of streets They furni-h 300 pound Rice Hlrrtls0 .-Z; "'t
in New York. of the job. Sonic
\>:, pf her sister superintendent Church Sunday at 4 l p, m. Coievery and nicely kept promises, our tqwu is cents each coul'erage'of barrels .at the r,'. .. .
learn and some rCONO.fI\ "'E.-LTII. 10' : ,. -
: people call never bound to prosper.Mr. spoilt .. -
Admission to the candy stew tonight one. "FALCOY, All the PATT BtS you wish to u..e during the Drayage Rough Rice from depots -OP* -
won't. The man to whom this Ozias Budingion has entirely recovered of to ,bm .
and applies year for iiothiiig:saving from$3.00 4.00) wharf to null 1 cent bushel. Com- '
cents can
Notes. per
only ip you Highland '
f' from the wounds recently received nbbCribinf for ',
learn. nmtssionon sales of Drvssctt .Rice nnly} 1 -
may -
Jet all the candy yqu can eat.i ; .and he is again resuming his .- -
I ----- STARKE TELEGRAPH cent on the d<>|Ur.. CUeap i freight
has The last day of 1887 was one of The I'rcscott place is being renovated activity in railroad and logging affairs. THE J. L. GASKINS via railway to Charleston. Rough Rico .." p';.'

i A new fish and oyster salpon merriment on tins "beach. A large and improved for the occupancy The case of the United States againstE. -AND- : bought by Cample at brat mnrlfet' rate*, for. :; .
!t1i been opened in Morgan: building.! Mr. Uyer -is \V. Houghton, of Middlphurg, charged DEALER INJ cash in any quantity ;.. .
of ell, who. soon to
party of bathers spent the afternoonin Demorest's lUQsbatcdTt'ontbl Ltt us pound out and sell a parcel for'
of the kind our city. with aviolation of the United Slates Drugs Medicine .
This is two in .
,; bring his charming wife here, She you. say a car load, ns a ,trial and you'. :
\ the surf. It amusing to '
was very laws by selling liquor at retail *
revenue Starke Fla, will send us another nt if you prefer lsjell < .
Mr. T. \V. Sweat "ha.d a sudden watch the repe-Jlly arrived visitors will add much to Highland society without a license was called in Jacksonville Maga3ine in the rougli send us a quart sample ..'

1 spell of illness this-week, but we ire flom the frozen North who couldn't We are glad Mr. Uverben has decided in Monday last, for trial. Mudge With Twelve Orders for Cut Piper Patterns of JPhysicfagsl Prescriptions I IfyrefuUji in a shot bag. and we will make you an .:. -

be able chronicle his im remain here he \fc MeBride, attorneys, represented the your own election and of any size. ; offer
glad to to understand this winter bathing. At to although Compounded at all Jumr* daV pr .
defendant, and after a trial which lasted BOTH PUBLICATIONS, ONE YEAR a, ntgTitj. -

''.;*."provement.. first thoy concluded] to J hunt shells has had very strong pecuniary in- about three hours, the jury brought in a -FOB- i ,iily'2.. 1&9-n1.- .

Thieving is getting tobo rather and let others freeze, but they had duc?meut offered him by his old employees verdict. of not guilty.A $2.50 (TWO FIFTY). -* T'. .1 To, Assist Nature

and about Starke at Jacksonville to return happy marriage ceremony wvs performed .
sT toonumerqusin the jQlly bathers than -
more on '
eyes by Hey. 1). L. Branning, on m't j. w HICKS 1 I In restoring diseased wa'tc.i tisane l U
(4 and it will be wpll for all to keep! a on the bhells. Then one by one they there in their employ.The DEMOREST'S or
Monday last, at the residenca i of Mr. W. SITor all that jmy"ipt'cin. an ,I.. In I'nl-

T good lookout.l succumbed donned bathing suit and Chapel has b<'en much improved Wilson, the t ontractiug parties being all the l\Iagazln.;; '" i U 1 1B4RBERUNO ; ; monary :frectmm* nrli jin folili, Hron

l The sopial party at Lawtey Tues- were sopn testing the warmth of the by paint and Whitewash.The Mr. ( lgeS. Boatwrighland Mis. Mary CDNTAIVI.VO STORTE POEM=, AND oraEBLrnnun cTIis n2ttl s -Cti-tnuption, 'aIm Jln'ftt1 .--

fencing &c. about tho Cook Souuer ATTRACTIONS COMBINING AUTISTIC SdHT-- II A I It DRESEUL' lDemlrnQt"'tirt: Tuvunic. intiaincd, then
Indian .
day was well attended, andthe limpid Gulf Stream: water,- ; Title, AND HOUSEHOLD XATTXB*.. '
Thieves entered the storehouse of Mr. Illustratedcitlt.. Original Steel JSngrtHtinyt accumulation. form iu the air-rolU of .

,J i Starke boys ;are loud in praise pf River News place is also being brightened up by A. S. Ch-ilkor, in Mirt.dlebuor. ) ( pn Monday Photogravures, Oil Wcturfm .ml OPEN AT ALL TIMES. the lungs, followed by'tulitriItand: '-.
artist in whitewashing. fine Woodcuts, inakiiiy it to..JJl 'M<*ff -
tlieir an last and carried off goods to finally'destruction of the tis nc. It in
] reception.I More chickens and other night t. tine of America. '
eggs produce Mr. Ed Bremmer planted 200 fine i the value of sorne five bundled dollars. Eavh Magazine contains a coupon order eDt1t1bur'I i I SHOPONCALL ST./JUST EAT$ plain, therefore that until tx- hacking: .
in than for the holder to the selection of any pattern
taxes coming now Is relieved tlm l'r\' '-'1:,l tubes
are :
I People are paying very cough
LeConte Pear trees last week, pur- It is supposed tint: the thieves are now in the v-hlon department in that number 4ad In '
'There is There will always and if any or tli: size manufactured, making ptterns UF RAILROAD. j can have n<> opportunity ti-s heal,
lowly this r. no good some timelreviofts. in the vicinity of Like City, so .
ye chased of Mr. Kiox, our nursery durin? tho Y"Ar of the value of over three doB r 'er'. PectoralSoothes
:;reason for tliirno.zy I is more plenty 1 be bale for poultry and eggs, has also parties are on their track who will OVt'h DEMOltRyrs MONTHLY la Justly FOsItheLar.t tteAVorlJ'8 Will constantly keep on hand 'A* full 4\ Cherry
Geo. Cook planted Model Masazinc. Tho Lazestln '
man. line of the fol lowma coods for sale
take them shottl v. : and Heals
'for them in CMrculation and the best TWO Dollar
P DOW than for years. aud generally top prices several l hundred -Peach and Pear r'ri Fa11lily Mimazine is"iied. 1888 will be the Twenty- DANDRUFF CURE in cleanse tie hair. c
fourth of its and It stands Jt the 'CREAM OF ROSES for the fcce: to the inflamed membrane, arrests thowasting
) \\ c should bo encouraged to raise not throw your hard-earned year J"hliC8tioni ;
; SNow is the time to make your trees. away hj-.d of Fumi'v'! ( & contains T8 P*ua remove sunburn, tan, freckles an(| am'iththe proces and Ir.ives no injurionsk _
chickens for this for new cough when K!_xllV l inclioc. eegantlI11dDkd
and better cash ever7 syrup l.inji- on irto
subscribe for more ; II. C. Cook man1ger'fl' Geo. f PubHshef W. Dp skin. results. .Tliia ii v.by ;t.ii more Mghlybiteioted
;rflirden. Call in j nd for Dr. filly i illu"tated.1 1 .by
standard remedy
indeed for most localities, that D ;aLre.t, New York 1 A full line of Razors and Ilonrt constantly -. tliaa any o'.Iiui: paliuonarHpecific. /
;this) dollar's worth country, Hippie & Co., is making a .n !ss is 25 cents.
paper ant get onp the -' Bull's Cough Syrup And by Special Agreement COM on laud old razots repaired .

(pf garden seeds tree. the IJrown Leghorns are premium trip to Philadelphia, N..J. anti s- "Hurrah!" said a little girl 'Tin not binod wita J. W. HICKS, X*. D BUby, of Barton vilp! Vt.,

.. \ birds; the chicks are hardy, ton. This firm are very nm to be kept in bccauso of that horiid neu- Tha Starke TelefaDh at $2.50 Per Year :STARKE FL.JOINER.I!\. writes: ''Four year il''n I took a s -.

K:: ilr. A. W.- Berry' who had an tt- they mature early, and are practically crowded with orders, and arc c :, ralgia. My irurmna has a battle of Sal- JMOj. \rn cold, width wa-ce-'IO1QW4 by ; .
."ack: of sicknett it wppk, is aboutagain. non-sitters. Their flesh is ofexcellent ABjion Oil." terriblw ('OU :!.l. I v.ia very fckt! an| ,. .
I teinphiting putting in a double n IIII '. .". RIVERS & bed alwtit montu.Z
: of 1 air and ex -- 1--r ;- ; I"-! : uifintil to my four\ ,
h. and '
Plenty fre>. and flavor thlt\- ';"' .tX.
quality: n,' -" 'I-" '4::
wet .
I date. to weather, getting Hnallysaid I wsw-in ron
at an early Exposure rough 'j-Jo.f.: ) .'_. .it.,'r.'f.bol.l' /-' -." "- .' J Iy phjsitia'j .
..\Ffrcise and he will get well are plump and delicate looking.The Mr. \.. G. Anderson, passed at" living in danip localities, are favorable to t I I '!" ":': 1 ''.r.kr.c00; n:: !': ; :--"-,. .TARKEFLL c juinption nnd that }Ut ror.:.} n'\

another favorite the ;,__-:: _\ i,;. :., o'"Wwror- ; : -- > me. One of my neighbors? advised m\ '
of .
our f diseases kidneysand -
; f Black are contraction ,, :
G. P. Young is one ) partic- Spanish Wednesday last Jan. 1 ,.. : .,.i.'C.'h1CiH, .& ; r -
.. on jL and for Y ... i-: "' .'.: mwcr .r"1 -e'.m.: ps.knR'Jis' to try Aj er's Cherry IVctora I dititntl Htt'
bladder. preventive, ;
l ? a
climate. i
is for
larly l busy men; his saw mill variety leaves a devoted and patient! of all Bdi.ey and liver trouble, .br;...a-c-. ,s .,.1t. :"..ic... ti(.l'1.t S ior'h'.i-I.alo'--r : bf-fore: I b..l t: bu 1)iffl1lOtOWt4 '.
he cure : ,1 .' j; reu..I1i : Iir "
f.,running early and late in the en- who has the sympathies of all. r; Dr. J. II. Ale ., ; ;'. ;. f l.ie .:t.. i- -:s of :Jrr; .\t.te'to po out. Uy tli I Hotel. Arrivals use that 'aluab. remedy '.:.---- ;;;riM1Ln t.{.:,!. o! all LadS4f1b' 1 r. : '-ia f} finlbhrd the bottle I va.well, ar>I liarqremained r-

i .ct leavor to supply the demand. i -- Anderson was the son of a wea y Lean's Liver pd Kidney Calm. $1.00 0'H.,_. '- "' O-r.. ,-' .';.j'- .>."" -"'- ." ;.' '--. If s<> ever slix1.-'-* 0
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KENTUCKY HOUSE-ENDING to the f ,i. .j.a t I Alouzi P. I)' !:,of Mlll. -4Te.
The circus has come and gone-a Scotchman but came [ttcsill 1)CrbOtt1e. rwet5iI ::.-. Ii; O'O .;",. ; 7U: Smjrna
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and \V m. C. Scott Albert N. Bronson, His br r.4 ..; 1itkitt1Jrii; ; ; : :::..1 ; -. : .. : .,write: "Six year1*an,!tr.x Trcr,
prettytn: behaved troupe several\ yea.rs.sin headache. wind on the stomach. tul') ,-r-'iz-.MnintC:, t(i' : ::: r. "E.1D-,'"{ tJ.1. il !
: Jacksonville J. R. Sick of Iols %. \ -- 4 ring! nnli'sina:!, c.: at tLat tnw wa*.
Wm.r.. Blainet ; atar ; '
.:: some excellent performer Our citIzens ing him, he came to F't.. I biliousness )aus>ea. are promptly and Li, tl. niJ of ttreeda; bow to i:1TlD'Afo ; ..' '.. .; ;- 11'. I sufTcrinjf with -
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Savannah f'J htnsea:
were generally rej JrC 'Iltc{. Williams Frank Johns, tied in Highland so*'1. / rs agreeably I b( shed 1 11> Dr J. 11. McLe.iu's 'j 51aL.j. p1:4:1:3 an-i w .v.). t" .
'V.I 1"0" best tt-.ci Lung Trouble!
Ga.; 4 G.: Johnstone, Dcland; since but like many oth tame Little Liver' ml Kidney Pcllvts. 25c a I A ty tent for IG 1 ..-_,-. iIoo I l ,
The M. E. Rev. J. K., Lake Butler; :. _.. ti :: iJ For nroKtlyLj was unable t r
new ,
pastor Hewitt, Chapman vial. ; '." 1.! ''
I late. ICLES[
t. too ,' A.e:3t t: TOILET AND FANCY AR>I I could 8clilill lie
his 'V.I
Sharp, will preach regularly' at August Moran, Bristol, Fla.; J. school is said If I'D "rf _"r-\t: O! C.\G'2 :* !
'' I Our rish- Children \ill fuely t.ikc Dr. J. II. MeLean's. JUitU,1 1'<'r 4O.. .< icJ e I P.ATf :3IEDICIN choking spel
:;-1; pWeh from now Oil. lie has: been St. Paul, Mini,; Hubert .. tJ'atI !' c ;( r!at!. P'1.. pulled to. i
I Gregory, under its .
new LUP n tim u\1iic.1 .u--I'rHw"'h edge
ing Tar.,Vfi ia''ai'i' ; 'l'rest1I.1:0' .'
Detained of sick- Mass. \Voodie bil"ds for Tt4r-: r. I P.:! D. dII lnd AT :I wa
1 away on account Lovejoy, Boston, ; nie Bullock. it ront.iins no opium! witf. -- th9rctr'; ]::t,.) .J1d and stock 'r
cough .I.Ji cL..t :. .:,. Fricet of COMPOUNDED: TA.
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"tIeq". Huston, St. Augustine, Fla.; Sussie Our "Farmer's other srt :imv' ili.-etvj of the thruf"!1.I. aU 15 Linda Cents Lirdi The eta Tiitio 3, e'c.
: Lane Jotin lJartainratertown, increasing in uUl11pe lUn i-i V tl.l.r rtmnet1y ;, 8 n !t71 8He! 0
week ungs .a r C r.n:9
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office presentedtl'b l tO
was and 1tJ" Phllz1 !'.!'D. !,.. ., ... .y
new ,
N. Y.; E. C. Spencer, now, .p S7South iIhtloStl'N't : fi I uln1. :'\' C
: JWh i two large and handsome: graperuit JcffersoiiO., Cedar They have voted to tA I'|&on" \vl:.. ii.LtI a lie! ot lxpo.llrc.nre .- ,'':;,'t ; ,. :I .I 1..tac1..r.!..!,. 1'.1a..J..1I rk.M..r. ''J er-li ., li'> 0

: from )[r. U. I). U'wr The) I Alachua, Fla.V.; R Smith, give the right man r n To a \M' t t. 11,iMimiii-i:.. nfUI'lIiL and jIlt'e..._.. i P CL3UpU 1110. .1ItI.) i.o IMw.i.g... -rt.LIlt'I"t."t...4.,.
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ounces -II Keys; Barry store here, and 'are h jlhiizo' : !ta'l: -.tiU! "IIII \'au1i.lt.remedy; BAKER'SVITAL RECENERATOR : .,.. 9t-h .Iii".I'.4. P"'?V.
.t'ighl'Cl l re.peo174 open po&rP,4T
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,.t their. It1 odt 1)r. .1.l H. f.u.in's! ) ?; Oil Lni-? the and rigor .pe. I., .. en
:inrheh inThey il their Onl>; nis! pruned I l'at1C1113 il Volcanic; oily and excess;renew energy courage :I"e17 tr' fli4 rul-.I. (r. .." "
'hcly 1/.1 i murcd I rutlitwlltl weakness of mind and body NerroosLleblhty. ... .. 1.0 .tau..m.f'jt
:' : of youth. 'nres* ; -n' Li.4" .1..0. '
.. % i iaHo t opl"Hi i::. for a n O'lt1r /.(.- fifent; it wi": 1 i.'i-i pii-i fin-1! 1 11 t!'.IiC in Spinal Lzanaktion. Lost Manhood etc. A ; 1\.1
t f'lreurnfl'rclice. w;.re raise"y l I' will notice Mr.V>' ts JidvtilUc.iu-ut II I I r.o..rtaI n..rvo'l"tavte-rator.nd restorative. Part1 I. I n i t In:1/
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the l Iuiaez.5.c aI1H'Ii.: : : ;a ul ra free. hAK F.rt tiRCO Box M. .
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PalatkVcJamwtlie; best orgaujzed The Methodists of Dade City hay* pr LtI, "'! fljp! yiql'l", pp. ,. ] 4S T 1 .,

mroliased IIr R. The $}Jm r f thf! Qiftgaine is to' Interes 11AVi J,11&1441& 1 "C',
$fire company,in the Star (rpm M, WiUpn ,& : .: A
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very desirable an4 handsome lof, for children Just J at_ the time they bguIo / EftULAftHARNL.SHOp-_ _

Hijlsbofough county b.njjp, pine read fpr iljrasele3 and lead fhem along w -- .!II. .

school honsca last year chnrph ajrjd parsonage. Immediate fop a year or two with pictures and stories P. .0. BUILDING: : .

1)W tepa will be tafcep for the erection and pleasant tasks so pleasant as tp make : .- r ::: .j 4
Editor Peabody j.} a candidate Qf a chnrch.-Democrat. them forget the task ( altogether. #
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. plerk atd assessor of auford. I The following outline includeske .!i. ;.;' : c .- Where Horsemen will! find a well telcct l d Stock .
The the joe de Leon of ,
payroll at :
D E .A L E R s
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larger topics : .
year ; .
citizen ;;
- Gen. Elias.} arp h.as been a 4' jlarness Saddles l :
MpnfUyi !}ig1J was! 3, large ope, Pocahontasteacijes?a little early Atner! : SCHOOL AL1PiS OIM JJridI Collars
OF -
. pf Alachna ppupty for sixty years. amounting to ovpr $nooQ, of which i Ipan history through Ute year. '.. :JIa'ter' TOps I Lasbeg, nrushes' }

The pra'j crop of Levy cqqnty amount,it i is calculated IQ,000 went A French story, Susannut1Qn. full htJi CprnlAT! Im :1Pts;
tx4 Spurs
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that of las into immediate of amusement. ,. ; ; ,
seaspp. .
E .. was nearly double pirculatioq 4fQug : _._ ,. i ...
: 4 story a month on Tiny fplks in Armor on T TDT> A U :*K v "Q. .
oRt the 'city.=Press. PIS 4-SIPE f .1. pfrL Y ADFmECIGARS.| : ; jr-
The Tribune has issued a search *" *. *. *'> s :
which beetles. :
I _'. means -. _. : L. ..' ,.. : 1ws:! 4
.warrant for theTampa! Silver Cornet On Sunday !last the Tampa treet I A flower poem in every number. I L. Orders '
. : six Letters' 8UBSCPIPTION8 RECEIVEp FOR ANY1 PAPER OR MAGAZINE.! warranted to be as i t i' fir
Dan& make Jluffy's ( | his Mistress.! AH goqds represented. :
__ railway. was obliged tp half solicited and.prompt attention giyen tp same. -
Bpffy is a coporcat.
G. I. Dickson of 'Lake Jesnp, is hour instead of the usual hour tripsin A f'ollar a year fire cents for a sample 'STAE, fl&. aDl art I 3, Ih88. 79! ,fc ,T. 'Um Repairing and Oiling'1>rf. P r4one..

- $3.20 net bushel for order to accommodate tlje crowdof p. LQTHROP COMPANY, 1. i
r&e \'ing per copy. '

tomatoes. Cubans. who arrived. on the. OH' Pqblishers, oton. ExaPlf.My Stock. [Compare f _Jj'JiQ$,.

Fpjur dozen more issues and the I vette for, the !new cigar- factories.Trib.nfie .-, PRACTICE AND PKEAIICING,-FJve hundred i'' STME: CARRIAGE rAIO1YWaons ,', '.-- '. .

Wakulla Timps will be 1 Italians have been employed to takethe D NewiJg am. Call S t, Ste gJ
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.uprightly I place'of the striking employees of theReading \:.> .,_
Mr. Rod. Kersting is experimentr .' tJ f'M'.o..r
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four jpars Ifcqlroad Company at Pprt Rich- -
He has already ..
with h .
cassava rppt. "
'" The mid-winter regatta which ; mond. That corporation has the! right to MadelTprOrder. .' t. '
made starch, and is now trying employ whatever labpr i\ may.please, but L 7

opens at Pensacola Feb. 7th., prornjsps tapioca lie will also shape his i experiments when the tariff duty on coal shall be attacked New and Valuable Nursery. :: ;
affair. Plows : Order
be Made TP
I to a! grand toward celluloid, whichit it should not proclaim its burdfeg f

of North desire: to protect American' labor-Philadelphia .... "... _. "....,...
The strawberry -
crop is said cap be made from {,he cassava. ;.;

.... Gainesville w.jll be the largest! eyer .-Palatka News. Record. Repairing ot [all kinds J done[ neatly and with dispatchHOKSESHOEING t We present to you a list of valuable frniU whicli are iodiapciuab to T rjfcL;?.
Baby(and. mer who wishes to add to the value of, and beautify hi horn '. .-:
marketed. from. that section. Farmers can, with a very small amount of money;*nd labor, add MTcnl't,:
The Ponce ce Leon stands in the In general i\ vlbp\ about tbe same as f dred per cent. to the value 01 their property and the happines and comfort of '

- Jack McCormick, late Marshal of land of rejuvenating fountains, both In. '87. : : BLACK-SMITHING homes and family by embracing the opportunity hare offered ofobt&lnil:1.: a
4 cost the and leading varieties of fruits suited to this section, vjABS. : ,
Bart w, has been i indefjpifcely suspepded aqueous and.ferial.. If the 01 1 explorer Nothing in Babvlaqd] ever pleased more new % :i

from duty. by the city coun should visit Florida ntfw, be people than Fingers-play rhytncs and :pictures. f .T to U feet-high.- : I'03IE } TD.- : 1

.cil. .. wpuld be amazed to see how his folly They have even been sought by All kinds of Irdn.jjind. Wood work- jQIiCUed. Leconte.,.,.............. ) LarJte,SW t.. !..... .......... 1 '
: Kindergartner here in Boston and elsewhere Bartlett.. ....... .... J-SSceutseach, $20 100 ood .'...... ..'n t .l 'ss'Kelffer ....
The Palatka News feels proud of has b converted, into substantialwisdom. 1 and. the author has. personally 4 .,:;!.............". I : .. :: _ _ f.
Osborn's Bummer,...; .'!'........(!&( ents each :. /
:'orange l leaves nine inches. long P'YI; Tiraes-TJfljpn.( \ taught them. Six of the '88 Babylands If you want a Buggy** Wagon, Backboard, Surrey, 'f aeton, Large Jpan..o cents each i JTULBERRTES.TThite ''
arf.same price *3 standards or sedlinp.

five a nd.. one-half' inches' wide.. Stop grumbling about the dreary Will pontaiu new Fingerplays.Fifty ] or any other vehicle from "a Baby Carriage t. a: .qclqgpnI 1 ,.fry: proUflc.. ................ t., '
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ents a year; a copjr sent fQr five EdZyrbam.. : .....:..i CIIIIISPEACllES. ...
'thec6i4storagebuildingat Waldo prospects! ahead; -you are not a :pro want short {. .4 to S feet high.. t.
;. .. .. . can supply your on potice, ,. .
'I; is going ahead quite rapidly and will phet. Pull off your coat, roll up Publisher. Boston.THE .. Alexander Peento and Hooey.. .........) ; :
( early) i
tune. rery... ........ English WalnutChines .. ...... .
short .
finished in a leaves and to work That's HalesCarly. '
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.". : your go Doo tipppOETED: : HIM.-You say Qarrje : Pallas(seedling Honey), L9o Wtc: **> $15 oo '' .."....V.....,., ....
the and.it is gopd Manufacturing Specialty.To .. ........ ......... EnglifbJapan. {1lieatnuts... I'' .
wo dpi a x>IOOu. '
pannacea 'said
of Tallahassee ; : to
S The Daily Item, you are starving. a magistrate one Golden..l1ow........ .. ....,.. ".' ..............,.l.Spauiah ....:
bu turned up iU little toes, and now for dull spirits and glpQmyanticiaLions.FernandiraMirrqr of the unemployed "and yet the sergeant i '.' .... ........._ .

;' .. sweetly sleeps beneath the daisies. i here says you keep a dog." The sergeant : PecaDS..l.:' SflII_ .

al\', speaking the trytb." replied .the UOTT[ PL'PJMS,4toefeethzgh. _.. _
.' Mount Dora has sixty-flye regis- Messrs. B. ]2t Henderson and Frank tatterdemalion i: the dor been keeping AfJ Ii : : WildGooae.. .......... ........ ..,20cenUeach
$ PrunuI Passardil(red !)..:.;.....25 OKAPSS..
'. voter which nearly three Carson, on Monday, killed a deer me." 'HowV' asked his Worship. "Wror, .. Japan Medleys(eTergrecn).....". ...60 licupp..mocg............. ....... 1 .
'tpred ?, W Kelsey Japan, 2 years ..........60. Black EASIO.- ...".".....'..".....;..-i
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sells "
.times Orlando's list just ten years ago. out near the race track. The boys :L takes him out and 'im for five bod : 1. ..............35 OrankTJU'iety.:. .,. .,.... ....... .......;.,. -" ... ,

.: were. only gone about half an hour. or so. and he allus comes back;that's ow," flSt tk .II81e. : ... :
The ,assessed value of property !
We dislike to give the boys away TUB GOLDEN; LAKD.-:Dakota made a JAPAN PERSIMMON,one year. ; PrPENQ or Melon Shnii._

"Orange City ill $150,000, an jqcrease but killed it within the ... Seedless... ................... I A.new tiling dea\.nod to b. oo..'U b M_
they corporate fine showing as a \\-heut growing cointry ket fr iiw ...................,
;: =. .. pf 50 cent over last -Agri- Among extra large.... ... V 5Q cents eaclu .. .,....IOceafl.
year. .
:, per limit-Fort Myers Press. last year. The yield of 52,406,000 bushels o' ZiDgisugarsweetandrich...... ) t : _

.';'. cnlturi as shown by the official estimate of the .
: An effort was made by some ALL NEW SUBSCRIBERS AND TO ALL OLD SUBSCRIBERSWho n.al.
.: f 'No bounces for wild.cat\ or Bureau of Agriculture was the largest on '. ..... ..
fqore APPLES.4 to4.feet high. Whit :Marseilles .. ....
wretch to wreck the fast mail train record. The yield for 18:6 was O,704.000 .. Brown Turkey.. .............I.-j _
&. .. ...... ,pauther scalps is the order of the renew their Subscription to the .. .. Red Astrachau..I Black........................... I* wi i .. '
due here at Q m. Tuesday night buBhels. and for 1886, 27,913,000 bushels. Alexander........................ v 25 cenU each. ..
p. Green ... .......... ;
County Cowilioners.-Broob s. ,Crab. ............. .... ...;...... JEarlyGolden .../
: : by placing a heavy board across the -
vill ''N.w Last Sunday afternoon Rev. W. 11. ::' .. 0#, .. -
the Polk and Ash 01'UQJS: :
on curve at Dodge united in marriage, in East Jacksonville .AP?ICOTS..' '. ."...._..""".. .1 ... ....10- !
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Th Ocalft; Banner lost a subscribsr ley street We hope the guilty\ Mr. Stewart ii. Please and MilifEstclle Paying will send$1.00 In .advance, we OC BOOKsone a week for 26 week.. ..... ........... 1RedTtoman '." .- wee.. :.-.-....... MentB.Hto: ;
ix montnsand pericx.p fa1
for the our paper ZO ... ...'.'............,. >25 cents each. Bud",..years, .
New day voting be discovered that he Price. To all who par f L90 in adrance we will send our paper for one year and : ........ .. .
party may maybe Russian ..... JQUINCES TaD Tine.. ..... ".,'". ........... '
t dry ticket, and gainsd fivt on the without & WORKS I .t' lIo1n.l ille.;... .......... -..}IOCft I
punished mercy.Tam.pa 52.STANDARD OPULAB %
.- Mrs. Walker, iu East Jacksonville, gave .. Sledtt:rranean sweet and other) '
Bud -dormant..... ...........
same platform.- Journal. biriu to three well ievclopuU cuildreu last bythe'lxwt anthnrs-Xoreligts. Poet. Hiatoriana. and General Write,. The Books will all be Orange................. .... ;... _.? .. .IIa ....
:. printed from new type and on ifood paper and mailed to:your home address one each week aa pub- Chinese,.'........: ......:. .. >25 cents each .
'. The colored Catholics of this city t Judge Boome went to Bloomfield ; week ..inctvaM of new aub.neEXTRAOR6lNARYOFFER Apple....... .... ...... ......... AH. warranted. as. per Orderx'J
OldSuboofortPer eho\lld c
.' have collected about $600 toward but refused to hold .'e r'DI'''.'o ce to 1le111ns.
on Tuesday, HEALTH AND TIME TABLES. ita adTantoireB. Our paper will be sent for the full time froi-i tho dttf: your.in'ewnt 'uhsev1rtintexpire : .
: church. SiAugustine : *. Th Books descrilwd below are amoux.the nnmbiT t-, l, i., !wd. an\ chow tht-lilirh cliffftiJSWW1' ... '
: their proposed new We warrant eacht and tree to be orti.e
court on the ground that\ Lake county If lool'11ar! aoo itsn.1rl lit r. : Our }j-'''"'I >for "-1\1"'" you a MTKKUtY every variety, and kind you oro,;at'
: .: Press." Why Chicago Suburbanites Hare the flj-ss UANQLTET OJ CIIOICE TIII..nS la--tauj: throii.-Ii: ::n o.itn )'..ar. .Accept pr..ripuy.Romeo have a special contract with the nursery we ortler of,to that effect, and in a.
... ; was without a county site. variety is not as ordered, we will either refund: tlie
money; paid or furnls
: I for Better. and .
the Juliet WILLIAM
p p -Change by BLACK This trees instead. -
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This decision honest
1'Tbt' disgusted our
4 .' : trees in
S .. orange a gqod many Nearly everybody asks any physician uthor'B stories ara always Kicy and full of tfl.hiRr "'int"-. rill"J "nl"" sj: .\*. .groves hereabqi are putting out friends at Bloomfield and puzzledthe whom he may know and casually meet eKjnisttP way'&0 malm"etch(jVWitxjdy of two uuule.foolish lovintho iningio louder M.uLaient "..th t.) ludicrous In a possible!! a branch nursery near Starke, therefore we guarantee alias stated abbttt i

to Some think the decision VL there is much sickness in bis neighbor be reliable; <1 our future: prospects aentire! dependent, upon par ralisbilitr\
-Jj,.. scattering blooms.-Plant City lawyers. hood. This is quite ratlonaj because thatis Enoch Ardenj and othergems.; / by ALFREDT8Tiil'P'PU .furnishing the exact: thing ordered. ,;
TEmr "of flt31.r..nu "a IIw** ,',* awl t'airhlnX-'p.Thn -XrJntwt iasiieVli' .
i is with huge r 1ts.- 1> t-- ] "
..4. .. .. :... e. Courier, 14th. pregnant ( a subject upon which a physician shouldbe .: Arden." In Cl''I'-1.'l ot Iml11"u. aleotiol1' 1.. 1>>LL hU b dt, :.:'ijd... "11e canl1tt&, S F. OARPINER & 00.1.S"tarke :
*.: .T, -. i Leesburg Commercial. well informed, and one \\n which he. bow the poet.1aureat6 wth01.ot :iowi.lt. -,

4.:". '; : : .A young lady ujf t. hig vipinity went certainly has an interest. In response to Miss Toosey's Mission ; and LADDIE. TWO of .

put ganging\ a few days ago,and killed While out hunting recently Joe In inquiry of this sort the other day, a ttpsa rarely conceived ant charraiujrly told atoriei of h'-mp .-),'' H-it- whicli K doctor who lives and practices in one of heouhttobereabeir'n.William, ; rA1ioJii t bl: 0rl ,VJ r .... -
fix bt Qkbib fit "hot,-rrrSeyillefc Ifowardj a geqtltman.whp resid.es the pretty 8ubnrban towns on {h? Illinois Sfeafcstie&rc low, \VIenVhYi' and -
five miles north'of the i abof an.d Central railroad made a reply foinetUnKas ; ;
What he Wrote ..
: <1p nden \ : by H. A. Tt: E. Th-mi, vfcj; ixsu comprewodjuto. mich brief Rr. pn mtoA ,
follows: about tllll Immort"! "lhrtl ofV11\l 111"iTIwork by tb' L r1Irt.iroid: ... :.. .t.'r. It t-1JI."tC.': ...
killed\ ( an eagle that measured seven toe eyra of the zesder l to a thouu4 u.J1i. I\'tr rev dr..aiwI uf. : t

1 :. : : One bog was bucb1red tall t week feet from tip tQ tip, and, tWq feet never iThe BO general good as health now, particularly out our way among was Doom; An, Ad tigI'pis6de: ; by JUSTIN McCAKTirrt OUts. :, WTKGVt: : I 't'

... 'Jn Ki1jlborQ gb ppnjity\ (rpm which a.nd inches from the beak to the men. There Is less dyspepsia and totdigestion A powerful and thnlhait' "fcvrjioiMUfe:: oj< n 1rrlo liner. The: sitnaHoiis, a a lIdnnt..the plot .
eight a id fewer of the troubles tene.thellkfltcbi1f' :;"ui"h Tlis, r.:l 4 tif ...n''l'tcr riafblu trulU b MalI athat. at LiYu. I .
obt ined. many to
pcven gallons of lar4 the t&I1'ri e W! !' lie" \ 1' :: : ; /
wjre the tail. Th.is:\ is the largest eagle following in the wake of indigestion. A .
The beg sold: fpr $20..4 'Flor reason for this is easily found. It is In t.rbe l4y: Of Lyons: by SIR L' BULWER.LYTTOIJ. '".
Y killed in this of
.." ever part da.- This Ia the Lady M seen Eu tie vf&tornki fvof the Mine. It rania'as th. ,
sine rrctti-st p-riure
: the change of running arrangement of :
4... We learn that th!,$ 1\II\ber. .of Gainesville Advocate.S. suburban trains which went Into effect on cu of devotion the drlWla and never sincerest tiro of eXI'R'qr.t"vreeenUuk! t it.r tq4ntilni tho" r..doIt-ll! al1cUwces.BiI;'I.'1 -v'r jlacd 011 the stj' 1'00. queen ]r: : (tRCe\J: 1'ry i : :I fi: d I Stff ;.

i students at the East l lorida Semi- A, Jones who las\, been North the ago. Illinois This sounds Central strange about three to you months, no BuUIog and Butterfly; by. DAVID CHRISTIE : \ S .
a HCX&AY.: A spicily told rtory of hnniauctiarctry.t rot
n t a cidrarn. EnlMofc add Batter-
:'* .." pary.f rom abroad ezpeed hat of anyprtvions for the past four months wong for doubt, but it ia quite rational. Under the AMrJ riesarehitj are around U*. The s"tbor clothes,'ui itaUnu in [lIrt..'.f I''ejf".. utry (..:d hiuubr.* Hence hu "
.. : old train arrangement there was a time ;
year.aines.v jH\e 44 yocate.
.. : d Hillsborftugb\ pointy in, particular table which every one consulted with anew The Tri:/\! of Pickwick; l 7 CHARLES DICKONS.: STARE i

-T /- A party .of. Lake City hunters and South Florida in geqera.1 l. has to selecting the train he wished to 'rbJa iii the first Uiu. Jve ..?rol'8 ...tory"f' the paUart lickra: avfctire< r-ith Ow irorresyionaMo I: .. .PLA,
hn. llar tako for the
"' Nearly one selected miHh-tTO
and several! every wing incidento.woose uitemt U heightened by the wi. .. '
tagged 120 squirrels big returned home. lIe the boom o nmiicailiUnt of thu iiumoiUl S:ni\\ulcr
.. says a certaIn nin as the one by whichhe

,., turkeyron.the Icketnckan last week is coming and he skipped home a intended regularly to travel and made 'Clouds and, .Suusllilie; by CHARLES READE. A
his household arrangements accordingly.Thus bappi1)told aWry of farm 11f.Inn of rretty rural rk'trll\" n.1 l'a f"rrl sontivients.. An iut.nrno omtk: unit
'. .... 4...,:..1 jrThalf' ***s.2' 1! .,*. day.' -Leesbnrg\ w Com merS head of its arrival in order to.prepare 'catching the train' became an every .of JIIot tlII3,exciting moat interesting 1UUTa'tI and cb&ract.ra resdsbieeirortfthe wJLII.g'ulnnll; anl J,111.lILUlu..r.O\h',,jl!'t F.k....M tc)'rulti. AUU aU. one Ix(:! q. o .

", .p t. ':. a fine welcomefor_ it.-Tampa morning did not struggle seem to with think many that a men.later They train .I Sweet is, TrueLove; by. the -DUCHESS." A i f ,. is

: killed Journal. tonchlnir itory of j.polntment. @t.trauilI'n''t C'>d To M. four
Mr. G. & would do mat welL
: we as situation and character. A ttewroii and I'leaauiKnarraiixu. OaotftUcauUior'sHtronKvaitstoriua.

\. .. .. hogs, the net .weight being 1,000 lbs. Ten years hence, when Levy Somewhat, they unreasonably permitted the, but certain quite, train universally The Haunted House; by SIR E. BULWER Willie. 'Goads, :t:.,* 8S. :MIIIIII..,. i

!:*rTOL ThIs 11 oae 't_ P"It! al1tht'lr'a qnalntl'at C'.n.. t.. 1.1 JuJ'ln 'tdd swnt:8. 1Vlrd 11 .
: yet some say hogs cannpj bo raised county ia densely populated, and va- habit too grew upon them that they &t.r.J11Dg UIrouahout. verybody rea&I 1& With feehn IJ f>iflt.Dr. &lid AND' "

in Florid 8QO County Dem. rio IJ dustesUl.have; sprung up by made any themselves chance breakfast and others was miserable late and if Mafigold: by CiiARi.iis: DICKENS. One of GEM'S BOYS: HAT :BOOTS AW ms J.1-

.q--.... their without Dtcken crUipeat and moBtamniiup Bketchea of a quaint r.-nl mvloif rJiprarter Rf&dable,laiwha.
thb of the favorite train to
John Clarke: wkose lars a 1 knife thrqughoat fectfonia tot likely go bill. and a 81lN anUdq&e to dull Cr' .}''Vt'ry """H"111"'' uec i4 iia "Dr.Marigold" and all. loTert FINE CIf'llING
d17 to hie JftIICriptioD.
them. This was partly the result of habit
paused the death of Dr. 8. P. Mull croakers that.are. siowatanJing' ] in and partly an effect of that desire to have On Her Wedding ]Morn; by BERTHA M.: CLAY. ':

at Hartow recently has bebn admit the way of progress, will-then be the household affairs run right up to the A very stroDlr an4/inlfe' ) aho''t\.lIDJ I 'tnkt'flK RituatioDH&IIdatirringll&rrathe. -
scratch, which so men En11 waet riVtfU atwutlou to thI "lid.
many possess
ted bail in the of $2,500.Mr. loudly procla.imipg thaj jhfi,l change '
to sum
I along with a little bit of tyranny and a Jack Of All Trades T CHARLES READE.
was brought, about ,by..theii-,ft.rta. : disposition to growL There was also one ; >y. The SANDEtt6
Juliusmaterial King haa purchased the ta'rfS. .ftft"1 Mtta5 who didut.Upk to 14s trade.' Fun of comical ritnaOona.fanny laetr : & \ '
I They are built just that *Bron- wish to meet certain cronies sure to be on .en and Amexjp.and thriUinjf adTentun e x be i< r.of a coloasal elephant CA1WELL
: of th, indian' Riyfsr,Mirror way. I the favorite train. As every suburbanite 38 OTHER DURING
son Times. :: \\ knows, a result of this train-catching 1' .
.. 'Uttlerl.perlot WE will eend the Boob alone mailed to aay ad !'f'lll. & a the following .
and \IQff\ ns1I I 1B I !
p ; r mania was undue haste at the breakfast Bk. OE- i-fe?S L. week for one :W <*3!. ra.for\ I.QL-oI1ll. Sto: .S2
- The cotton and of JDonthe; 01' B"k.1 '70 ee.te-onll a week f or aix months or 13 R olm for 40 Pr otjQ1 .
; Cqcoa,""iF MelbomTi' News.r orange cropo table.! If the fire happened not to burn a. week fOl'thnIe mcath ; or 8 Bb for 25 wnln-one ;a week for two i noti euone '
: .or!
Florid \ have beep mostly. old and Just right, or the cook was a trifle slow, Hook. for la eeat -One a week for one monttL 811boocriptione to the.\ mar
The force of Bell the the wife tQ w 4ate. 8..le Copies Ii. csi. $t AdI11<11 oniera tg
boys at or was delayed by attending

Ponce de Leon arc neatly uniformed shipped North. Our next.:'exports the wants of the children and the meal this Ofl1c Tin Smith and $heet Iron Worker

will be vegetables, and if tJH ,weather thus made a few minutes later than the ?
in navy blue, suits, trimine4 with appointed hour in nine cases out of ten JS1a
I I continues favorable shipments
the train-catcher attempted to make up .
"hn; r4.----p.t \\" NeWBt will certainly be very bear> tat lost time; swallowing his breakfast For only $1,20 Cash, we will send you The TILIGRAPH } ke: JrJ.arrH4 :
pa much the quicker. If meal should
Alachaa '.Jiad 10.0 schools any
: county Gainesville Advocate. In your eep* be eaten leisurely it is the breakfast VING LOCATED in 8tarke- the brick bcl1ding rmedr oct pW W:

last year, with a total l enrollment of tion the statement .is-.... doubtli. '.correct -. Thfc to the fuel upon which- the. human and Twentypap r?.-. Tb ,"verage'attend.. : machine is to run through five or sl$ .- rounding\ :' .All work: warrantei. Chargea o.dera. Roog1 QUL& ,
5,908 pupils. but in 'N ,
Orange county'and ,further boon of toll and activity. If the firemanof I'VOLUR. LeaTs a t,. ,

aace wa.3,=!49, aqd tl9,645.92; was squth the major .portion of:the the locomotive fed his fire-box as many The seeds T% a i iand cost you nothing but the ALL .O DEBe PROMPTLY FILLED,

,in salariea teachers. 0(,the passengers used to gorge their ., J
paid .
orange crop is yet to ship. -!ne stomachs there wouldn't be steam enoughto .

r Over.. one hundred acre of Cqba porter ... '* draw the train into t wn. The .tou-. postage and packing. ,..8 (if genuine effer on ach J
is Inconceivably more delicate than alocomotive' .
tobacco will 1 be planted near Arpadia Two egg plants of remarkable fire-box. Breakfasts gulped THE BIJOU i MEN'SFID ;

this'season.. The farmer, a.re all size have been left at this office by down with the mind in a flurry and with worth you attention, ,' .
ears listening for the locomotive whistledo
.,-- Bowing the seed and \hc prospects Mr J. H, Sadler, w icq were grqwnon M much harm as good, particularly! .' \ DONGQLA KD' I,.Yon RIRN Calf .

._r- of a fr, trial are good- his fine hammock t land. One of 1 the tatuq pajaming No be wonder followed our by subarbanites a run to the Don'tail to further. For ONE'DOL4Raird SHOES- $2.60. : ifOOa : nd .V('

A- 1't : 4cppt; paid for t wild cat these was 24 niches in circumference. were tfbUed with indigestion and dy&o r Ladies .
f: W t is increasing' 85 cent. lengthwise? around from pePl1a. a :Aave BOOT ANI SHOE STORE made to prder
,oalps. per qrc 'Now.'Wever, the trains run almostas ty ets we will. send wearing | and Shoe* ;

monthly We learn that several the stem-and 19 ip the ppposke. freqnfasly as street cars, and few people and i
exert tiHEmaelvea to catch any certain desiring Aha Coinete Line of
parties arp beipg organist to hunt direction; the other was 24 inches
train. *HML Ipst evidence of this is the one and Economy, Style ,and
he "varmints" as regular business. just two feet-lengt.hwise, and 23 fact that thWd coteries are broken up .. year. Comfort,should SfARKE
Formerly.te faces could be '" WOIDe, Jl\Ue'oo\ JSOI': ,
-Arcadian. across,around the greatest diameter. .e i seen on pair of this Celebrated A '
a tral; Ct.j y. Everybody got to for CHILDREN ,
-Cakknidun.; know at leat i ofWSh :.4 line of Shoes. Ladies A
Mr. J. D. Ferrell, one of our vide every by tight copy Children. t\cea. coal
Now the CnI.. with strangers, i'''''" FrnClKd. Sh.g FORIlJ ,
awake and successful young farmers the old f._",
on earlier trainsBreakfasts
Yesterday mornilg a special train g $4.0<'. .

- killed' his' pet.pig a $w days ago, left New York for this city, having or are to eaten follow-by more : on.and in better samplan be Sc at our OFFICE : j them.. ;
'corftnfiFairbanks' stand- on board 200 help for the Ponce de temper,,with lea ft d I rush. Housekeepers We have aio made arrangei with the following Magazines A -
ot tbs ty about the
bed 366 -
just Leon hotel and will arrive here this '
train whih the lozd aster mustcatcharelearnthgto
; .L'EngIe. A
and Papers the following rkMONTHLY W.A. D
'S band of ore of thebetter af "
Saturday evening. Joyce's j ,.
breakfast. Better GODE together: only] $2.50 .
Ly, thirty members, who are to performat appetites and better flow 13fi
as a
the hotel during the winter, will\ matter of course. There to.-*: sr beginning DEMORESTS MONI'H both together *2.iO taft uh ; 'iwdau;

of the diy ton1 l.-g cerned. $2.00 both together $2.50
ne was also arrive. The train is running on There is time for trust for'cMJftrsation, FLORIDAGRICrn4TIJR '' HENRY A. L' NaLE, M n"aer, Woo H. BAKER.. CMh]

i.be boat a special schedule and. wakes the for the children Jo be made -refttijr for appearance FLORIDA D1IJ'ATCH ,.Q'otb> together only $2.50 a ,

at table, and for decency and JAcsorv1LLII: : RA.
between New York and Jacksonville
tense cat trip 2.00 together 12.25together
orderliness. All this takes but a few mlii- I FARMER ANFRU1TGT ,

i The I in twenty-eight bonrs, including ntes longer than under the train-catching .TL11 11.5Q ,.__-._.._%__ _.g __ .
hustling arrangement but they are precious OQIaUL BAXDHQ CUI OO
a stop of three hours jnW'psIipgtPnSL BUS1.xES8. DEPOSITS: \$ i
moments In many. a hoaae \o\d. -, this Office MADE: AT *,
a-- to U@U"'L.-unqo zZcal1lQ
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